Say I want a thread priority range between 0-127 with a lower number meaning a higher priority. How would I simulate that?
Post by:Michael Morris
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In a word, you can't. The fact is the Thread priority constants are implementation dependent, so a priority of 1, 2, and 3 may be identical on Windows and distint on Solaris. You could try to come up with an algorithm that would have each thread yield and sleep based on your arbitrary numbering but the behavior would not be consistent in all probability. The big problem with threads is you are at the mercy of the OS that creates and schedules the threads.
Post by:Dirk Schreckmann
Moving this to the Threads and Synchronization forum...
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