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Lately, I have switched more-and-more to simple programs

Care to post one of those simple programs? Or one of the threaded programs it replaces?

Or indeed, post any single piece of runnable code by which we might collectively gauge the efficacy of the coding prowess that sits behind your home-brew wisdom?

Because on the strength of the utter guff you repeatedly spew into any and every thread on threading; I seriously doubt that you have ever written a threaded program in your life. To date, you have yet to post a single code solution, on any subject, anywhere on this forum. You are a fantasist. Nothing more nor less.

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In reply to Re^2: ?Thread safe DBI? any updates? by BrowserUk
in thread ?Thread safe DBI? any updates? by Wiggins

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