[Tutor] multi processes or threads?

Alan Gauld alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Tue Sep 4 01:59:28 CEST 2012

On 03/09/12 22:32, Dwight Hutto wrote:
> Think assembly, or procedural with this, and how the mind of a CPU
> works. Instructional steps toward an endpoint.
> Your mind works the fastest when one problems is given, and is being
> solved, otherwise allocation of certain areas take place in order to
> find a rewarding solution.
> Not having used threads in the past, I would suggest that you know there
> has to be either equal allocation of time, or priority based in order to
> perform each procedure given in threading, until there is a final result.
> My first thought on giving computers imagination was monkeys banging on
> a keyboard, until Shakespeare shot out(Me thinks it a weasel). Now it's
> interlocking molecular vectors, and run simulations which is much more
> difficult, but defined algorithmically, and procedurally, unless you
> network several cpus and allocate to each a specific
> thought/theory/hypothesis to process.

I have no idea what all that means!
Nor how it relates to the OPs question.

Alan G
Author of the Learn to Program web site

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