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Re^4: Is it possible to create a single Hash-of-Hash.. with multiple threads..by gsat (Initiate)
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Dear Monk BrowserUk! Please take a bow!!
Thank You so much - for enlightening me :) Indeed - it was my lack of understanding.
I have found this entire discussion from everybody - very helpful.
Now, I need more :) It seems - me and my code is tired of doing so many .. if exists.. else share.. kinda additives before I do any structure change - and I think no way to avoid that. Now a couple of Questions here:
Q1. Is there any easier method?
Q2. Is it possible to grow a local tree or branch data-structure, then create a shared_clone - and graft the new tree to s sub-branch of main shared tree?
Q3. I have few subroutines to be called many times - based on data - from inside my thread_worker. So far I am lacking depth in understanding or visualizing - how/when multiple threads work on different set of data, while calling a subroutine - does the code-inside-subroutine-block gets a replicated inside the thread uniquely? - else how the sanity is retained? - sorry if I am asking too basic question - maybe it is the case, I am confused - and not clear enough - where is my confusion too..
Q4. Inside subroutine - do I have to use every variable as local and not-shared?
Thanks a lot! Again & Again!