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Making a single-threaded app into multithreaded: Part 2

Making a single-threaded app into multithreaded: Part 2: Windows Performance Toolkit: CPU Analysis
Making a single-threaded app into multithreaded: Part 2: Windows Performance Toolkit: CPU Analysis

We finish our task parallelism implementation where we focus on the entry point of the application which is main.cpp. We first change global variables to local variables in order to avoid overflow issues that can arise when dealing with global variables in a multi-threaded application. In main.cpp we discuss the use of more Windows APIs that make an application multi-threaded. These are CreateEvent, QueueUserWorkItem, WaitForMultipleObjects and CloseHandle.

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