firstname.lastname@example.org (Dan Maas) wrote on 02.09.00 in <020d01c014a9$f48d3fa0$0701a8c0@morph>:
> When people think of "multithreading," often they are just looking for a way
> to extract more concurrency from their machine. You want all these
> independent parts to be working on your task simultaneously. There are many
> different mechanisms for achieveing this. Here we go...
> In summary, when "multithreading" floats into your mind, think
> "concurrency." Think very carefully about how you might simultaneously
Let me see if I get this right.
Some people say "threading" when they mean "performance", so we all should
think "performance" when we hear "threading"?
Why am I not impressed by that logic?
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