some kinda synchronized processing
Er...threads have enough problems with non-deterministic behavior,
you might want to refine that "requirement" a bit ?
And I spotted a rather gruesome wart in the midst of your example:
from inside a thread is not exactly
best practice (you do realize system() turns into a fork()?
print "test\n", scalar localtime(), "\n";
Of course, making that edit changes the whole behavior of the threads: since its much faster, many threads will complete before other threads have
even been started...so its not exactly simultaneous.
As BrowserUk mentioned, look into lock() and cond_wait().
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