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IOCP Thread Pooling in C# - Part I

This is the first part of William's two part series on thread pooling in C#. By importing a dll file for IOCP thread support.

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By: William Kennedy
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April 08, 2003
  1. · IOCP Thread Pooling in C# - Part I
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  3. · What to Expect in Part 2

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IOCP Thread Pooling in C# - Part I - What to Expect in Part 2
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In part II of this article, we will build a class that encapsulates a single IOCP thread pool.  The application developer will be able to instantiate as many thread pools as he wishes. 

During construction, the application developer will be able to: set the concurrency level of the thread pool, set the minimum and maximum number of threads in the pool, and will be able to provide a method to be called when work posted to the thread pool needs to be processed.  The application developer will also be able to post work with data into the IOCP thread pool.

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