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    Re: Error code help needed

    I've just figured out that opening and dealing with one thread at a time is a much better way of showing the world that as a problem solver is well equipped. It is much more representative of your skills to deal with multiple threads and not multiple questions in a single thread. So....... I will go back to my code.... do as much as I can, referring back to this thread for examples, and then if I get stuck again, post a new thread and hope that you pick up an interest. Thank you again for staying with me. Perhaps one day I will be able to give back something I have learnt here... to a fresh newbie :-)...........Regards DA.

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    Re: Error code help needed

    or upgrade to VS and let it handle threads for you
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    Re: Error code help needed

    Quote Originally Posted by dglienna View Post
    or upgrade to VS and let it handle threads for you
    ??

    I do believe he is talking about threads on the message board rather than threading in his programs.

    I've just figured out that opening and dealing with one thread at a time is a much better way of showing the world that as a problem solver is well equipped.
    Yes much better to start a new thread for a new issue.


    You should also mark your thread resolved once you have the answer you need.
    You can do this by clicking on the thread tools menu link at the top of first post and selecting the resolved option
    Always use [code][/code] tags when posting code.

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