Any example code for x64 assembly multithreading programming?
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    Any example code for x64 assembly multithreading programming?

    Half for fun, half for optimization.
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    Re: Any example code for x64 assembly multithreading programming?

    are you talking about x64 assembly starting multiple threads, or x64 assembly being used in a multi threaded app (as in managed or native c++ multi-threaded app calling into assembly code)? I dont have any experience starting threads from assembly code, but wouldnt think it that difficult, as for writing x64 code being used in a multi threaded program, I do have some experience there, it was a learning curve just figuring out how to debug problems that only crept up in multi threaded mode.

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    Re: Any example code for x64 assembly multithreading programming?

    I have to develop standalone x64 executable fully with assembly.
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    Re: Any example code for x64 assembly multithreading programming?

    for the multi-threading part this article may help: http://www.asmcommunity.net/book/tut...g-programming/ its a 32 bit example, but with a lttle research shouldnt be too hard to adapt

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    Re: Any example code for x64 assembly multithreading programming?

    Thank you Richard. Now I am reading it.

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    Re: Any example code for x64 assembly multithreading programming?

    no prob, good luck

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