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View Full Version : What to use for concurrent programming?



Gweez
03-18-2003, 04:56 PM
I'm planning on starting a project using concurrently running threads.

I'm just wondering what would be the best language/libraries/etc to use for this kind of thing.

At school we used uC++ (microC++) and it it basically seemed to provide everything that I'd need. I've also had a bit of experience using Java threads, but I think I'd prefer to work in C++ on this one. Just wondering what people use out in the real world.

Thanks,

-G

Jason
03-19-2003, 12:42 AM
Both would work. It al depends on what the program is needed to do. But Java's synchronized methods would work and C++ works too. So its your choice unless directed otherwise by the specifications of the project.


Jason

djdante97
03-20-2003, 11:12 PM
I think that Ada provides facilities for concurrent threads and processes.



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