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Old 01-05-2012, 04:26 AM   #1
vishnu anand
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i very well know that we can fo fork for process..can we use fork for a thread?? if we can use fork for a thread thn how will the child process be?? will it be the duplicate of the process or duplicate of the thread??

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Use pthread_create() to create (POSIX) threads. Use fork() to create processes.

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