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7.2. Microsoft-style threads (Programming - books on threads)




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This article is from the Threads Programming FAQ, by Bryan O'Sullivan bos@serpentine.com with numerous contributions by others.

7.2. Microsoft-style threads (Programming - books on threads)

Jim Beveridge, Robert Wiener, "Multithreading Applications in Win32".
Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-201-44234-5.
<URL: http://www.aw.com/devpress/titles/44234.html>.
Seasoned Win32 programmers, neophytes, and programmers being
dragged kicking and screaming from the Unix world are all
likely to find this book a useful resource. It doubles as
primer and reference on writing and debugging robust
multithreaded code, and provides a thorough exposition on the
subject.

Len Dorfman, Marc J. Neuberger, "Effective Multithreading with OS/2".
Publisher and ISBN unknown.
This book covers the OS/2 threads API and contains many
examples, but doesn't have much by way of concepts.

Thuan Q. Pham, Pankaj K. Garg, "Multithreaded Programming with
Windows NT". Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-131-20643-5.
<URL: http://www.prenhall.com/013/120642/12064-2.html>
Not surprisingly, this book focuses on WIN32 threads, but it
also mentions other libraries in passing. It also deals with
some relatively advanced topics, and has a thorough
bibliography.

 

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