Posted on June 10, 2015
Multithreading is known as concurrently executing multiple threads apparently at the same time.
Usually it is not necessary to create your own threads.
Anyway, if a time-consuming calculation needs to be done in the background, a separate thread can be spawned utilizing the
Additionally the Murl Engine provides the classes
System::AtomicSInt32 to synchronize threads.
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