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Re: threads and their alternativesby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on Sep 30, 2011 at 15:47 UTC||Need Help??|
I like to know the pros and cons of possible solutions.
Threads are built-in, simple, portable and are working for you now.
The rest are non-portable add-ons, with huge learning curves, that produce complicated, hard to maintain code.
And they don't have a solution to fundamentally blocking apis like DBI.
Your question might make some sense if you had specific problems with the threaded solution, but it seems you are allowing the validity of your working code to be questioned on the basis of its 'coolness' with a particular group of people, who "don't like threads" but can't explain why. That's not good reasoning.
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