This may come off as a rather broad question, but I need to learn how to multitask in c++.
I am developing a game, and to do so I need to learn how to program applications to run in realtime.
(I want multiple characters to do things at the same time, rather than having a turn based game as I currently have.)
For those of you who may 'know' me, I have progressed quite a large amount in the last few weeks so I will have a reasonably larger grasp on what you have to say... By this I mean I won't sit there like "what, huh... I wish you guys could explain things good" (I said that about ancient dragon once over such a simple subject as RECTs)
Well thanks for any help, and P.S. - I use Bloodshed (gcc compiler) NOT visual c++, therefore I would appreciate any code to be compatible with bloodshed.
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I've been sent here by the gods of compilers with this message.
You will now "fit in" with the rest.
But in all honesty, I really can't say enough about the 2005 express editions of visual studio. They …
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> So, multitasking is a more simple concept of multithreading?
Mutitasking is what your operating systems are packed with. You have the ability to execute more than one tasks / processes. You can read an ebook using Acrobat reader at the same time download something. You are given the feeling …
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