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Randor 16-Sep-09 1:29
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Roger Stoltz16-Sep-09 5:34
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Randor wrote:
The NT kernel recycles both window and thread identifiers (HANDLES).


Yep, I know that it does.
I don't see how this is relevant in this scenario though; even if the handle gets recycled it can only have one state in the aspect of valid or invalid when ::WaitForSingleObject() is called, which would mean that if the handle should happen to be invalid when ::WaitForSingleObject() is called it would return WAIT_FAILED. That's why I still think my previous statement is correct even though you seem to think not.
Additionally, as I understood it, the OP waits on the thread handle before creating another worker thread (as he should).


Randor wrote:
If the presented scenario is what is actually occuring then both options presented are good options.


Of course! Big Grin | :-D


Randor wrote:
Anyway, this debate is meanlingless.


Naah, you provided a perfectly acceptable meaning yourself:
Randor wrote:
This is the beauty of the internet and sites like codeproject.com where professionals can exchange ideas and their experience.


Exactly and I really enjoyed our little discussion.


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