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    Question WaitForMultipleObjects (counter less than number of phandler)

    Dear All,

    I have a question here.
    I'm using WaitForMultipleObjects function.
    I have 4 lpHandles.
    my software are running fine now.

    If let said i change the nCount to 2 but i still pass in 4 lphandles objects,
    Will the WaitForMultipleObjects return after the 2 event signaled or it will wait until all the 4 event signaled?
    Thanks.

    DWORD WINAPI WaitForMultipleObjects(
    __in DWORD nCount,
    __in const HANDLE *lpHandles,
    __in BOOL bWaitAll,
    __in DWORD dwMilliseconds
    );

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    Re: WaitForMultipleObjects (counter less than number of phandler)

    Reading the MSDN help page is easier than opening a topic.

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    Re: WaitForMultipleObjects (counter less than number of phandler)

    Dear Skizmo,

    Thanks. I have go though the MSDN help page.
    It seem like if i want to change the nCount, i have to reset my plHandles array as well.
    This is because my lphandles need to be dynamic.
    Thanks.

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    Re: WaitForMultipleObjects (counter less than number of phandler)

    Quote Originally Posted by VbEndUser View Post
    It seem like if i want to change the nCount, i have to reset my plHandles array as well.
    This is because my lphandles need to be dynamic.
    Where did you read this?
    Cheers, D Drmmr

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