Parallel Programming with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Step by Donis Marshall

By Donis Marshall

Your hands-on, step by step consultant to the basics of parallel programmingTeach your self the best way to support enhance software functionality through the use of parallel programming options in visible Studio 2010—one step at a time. excellent for knowledgeable programmers with very little parallel programming event, this instructional offers sensible, learn-by-doing workouts for developing purposes that optimize using multicore processors. notice how to:Apply options to aid raise your application's velocity and potency Simplify the method of including parallelism with the duty Parallel Library (TPL) Execute numerous initiatives at the same time with quite a few scheduling ideas practice information queries in parallel with PLINQ Use concurrent collections in Microsoft .NET Framework four for information goods expand sessions within the TPL to satisfy the explicit requisites of your software practice dwell debugging of an program with parallel code

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Start a try/catch block. You will enter code guarded for an exception in the try block. try { 3. In the try block, you will create and start a new task. Initialize the task with a lambda expression. In the lambda expression, define two integer variables. Set one of the integers to zero. Divide by the integer variable that has the zero value to raise the divideby-zero exception. StartNew(() => { int a = 5, b = 0; a /= b;}); 4. Wait for the task to complete. Wait(); } 5. In the catch statement, catch the AggregateException exception.

In addition to context switches, there are other costs, such as ramping up and destroying threads. NET Framework thread pool helps to manage these costs and to abstract much of the complexity of creating, starting, and destroying threads. NET Framework thread pool per managed application. Thread pools commonly reuse threads to avoid the costs of thread startup and destruction. When the thread is no longer required, the operating system reassigns additional work to the thread or suspends the thread.

Here is the code for the class. ElapsedMilliseconds)); } // Classwise members (static) // The rest of the class… } Each sort region uses the SortClass via a using statement (see the sort regions discussion, earlier in this section). Here is a snippet of code from the bubble sort region.

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