How to Create two simultaneously running threads in VC++

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  1. sudhavarma

    sudhavarma New Member

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    Can anyone of me tell me how to create two threads in vc++, one thread should record the audio from microphone and copy to a buffer and the other should read from the buffer and play. These have to run simultaneously. There and be 10 buffers where the recorded data is copied, one played from a buffer the same can be used to record again.
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    The following code snippet does that
    Code:
    DWORD CPipeSampleDlg::CreatePipeThread()
    {
    	DWORD dwThreadId = 0;
    
    	m_hPipeThread = ::CreateThread(0, 0, (LPTHREAD_START_ROUTINE)StartPipeThread, this, CREATE_SUSPENDED, &dwThreadId);
    	ASSERT(m_hPipeThread);
    
    	::SetThreadPriority(m_hPipeThread,THREAD_PRIORITY_IDLE);
    
    	if( !m_hPipeEvent )
    		m_hPipeEvent = ::CreateEvent( NULL, FALSE, FALSE, _T("StartUpdateDirectoryThread") );
    	else
    		::ResetEvent(m_hPipeEvent);
    	
    	::ResumeThread(m_hPipeThread);
    
    	return dwThreadId;
    }
    This is the code snippet from the following sample [thread=864]Interprocess communication through Named pipes[/thread]. You can download the sample and see it working as well.
     
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    evileye New Member

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    Is this thread supposed to be in PROGRAMMING forums?

    Correct me if i am wrong!
     
  4. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Moved to MFC-Win32 Forums
     

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