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Threads, Processes and IPC

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by Hans Dietrich
XQueue implements a shared-memory first-in first-out (FIFO) queue, based on memory-mapped files, that works on all versions of Windows.
by Nish Sivakumar
Introduction to using the Monitor class for accessing shared resources from multiple threads
by PIEBALDconsult
A class that allows my CommScript class to "'drive' a command line utility"
by Valery Grebnev
This article illustrates simple approaches and test results when creating containers with concurrent flavor and running on a multi-core PC.

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by me.ajaykumar
Thread safe collections
by SarmadAsghar
This is the second lock-free implementation (first is by H°akan Sundell) that only needs the single-word compare-and-swap atomic primitive.
by konamiman.MSX, Erich Ledesma
Problem detected while testing a parallel consumer had a very dark explanation and a very simple solution.
by Bob McGowan
Utilizing the .Net BlockingCollection class.

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