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HTML book “Multithreading – The Delphi Way..” (via: How do I perform processing in multiple threads in Delphi? – Stack Overflow)

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/06/04

Interesting book:

Quote:

This is a comprehensive tutorial on thread programming, containing over 50 example pieces of source code.

Improvements to Version 1.1 include:

  • Corrected some spelling and punctuation errors in the prose, and rewrote some unclear explanations. Chapters 1-9 and 12 modified.
  • Added change history and other credits to contents page.
  • Renamed Chapter 12.
  • Added Chapter 14 covering:
    • Multithreaded and Multiprocess DLL writing.
    • Usage of the DLL Entry Point Function.
    • Exception handling in Threads.
    • Using Threads with the BDE.

Other topics covered include:

  • What are threads? Why use them?
  • Creating a thread in Delphi.
  • Basic synchronization.
  • Simple thread destruction.
  • Deadlock.
  • Critical sections and mutexes.
  • Mutex programming guidelines and Concurrency control.
  • Delphi thread safe classes and Priorities.
  • Semaphores. Data flow scheduling. The producer – consumer relationship.
  • I/O and data flow: from blocking to asynchronous and back.
  • Synchronizers and Events.

–jeroen

via: multithreading – How do I perform processing in multiple threads in Delphi? – Stack Overflow.

2 Responses to “HTML book “Multithreading – The Delphi Way..” (via: How do I perform processing in multiple threads in Delphi? – Stack Overflow)”

  1. Martin said

    Hi Jeroen,

    My tutorial is now hosted (with a few years of updates) on http://www.martincharvey.tk/

    So can you remove, re-link or update as you see fit,

    many thanks,

    MH.

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