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(以下内容译自[[:Category:Tutorials]]中的Multi-threading: A brief introduction。)
 
(以下内容译自[[:Category:Tutorials]]中的Multi-threading: A brief introduction。)
  
只有 '''商业版''' 才支持多线程应用。
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只有 <vp>商业版</vp> 才支持多线程应用。
  
 
Threads are represented by the <vp>thread</vp> class/interface.  And it is very simple to create a new thread:
 
Threads are represented by the <vp>thread</vp> class/interface.  And it is very simple to create a new thread:

Revision as of 03:11, 22 June 2015

(以下内容译自Category:Tutorials中的Multi-threading: A brief introduction。)

只有 商业版 才支持多线程应用。

Threads are represented by the thread class/interface. And it is very simple to create a new thread:

clauses
        ...
        T = thread::start(myThread), % start a new thread which executes the predicate myThread
        ...
 
predicates
    myThread : ().
clauses
   myThread() :-
        ...

Using anonymous predicates it is also very simple to transfer data to the new thread:

clauses
        ...
        SomeData = ...,
        T = thread::start( { :- myThreadWithData(SomeData) }),
        ...
 
predicates
    myThreadWithData : (complexData ThreadInputData).
clauses
   myThreadWithData(ThreadInputData) :-
        ...

You can wait for thread termination, because a thread object is a synchronization object:

clauses
        ...
        SomeData = ...,
        T = thread::start( { :- myThreadWithData(SomeData) } ),
        ... % stuff done in parallel with T
        T:wait(),  % Wait for T to terminate
        ...

Thread safe acces to shared data can be done using monitors and/or synchronization objects like criticalSection, event, mutex and semaphore.

参考

Thread safety in Visual Prolog