Following post owner has realized a solution but he/she is not clear on the details. I need to ask him but couldnt PM since my posts count is only 4 yet.
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Hasan (3 Replies)
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I'm not so sure that this thread should have been closed. Though it was clearly homework the student was asking a specific question related to the assignment, but not the answer to the whole assignment.
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I had a thread open and now it says it's closed. I had a question still on the forum and about 15mins after I posted my most recent question on it the thread said "closed". Why did this happen? I didn't violate any forum rules. Is there a limit on how many postings you can have in a single thread?... (1 Reply)
I have these questions for my unix class that I can't figure out because I missed a couple of days. They are for a quiz we took last week so by answering the questions you are not bettering my grade or doing my homework. I just want to understand was the answers. My teacher is really bad at... (1 Reply)
pthread_getsequence_np - Obtains the unique identifier for the specified thread.
DECthreads POSIX 1003.1c Library (libpthread.so)
unsigned long pthread_getsequence_np(
Thread object whose sequence number is to be obtained.
This routine obtains and returns the DECthreads thread sequence number for the thread identified by the thread object specified in the
The thread sequence number provides a unique identifier for each existing thread. A thread's thread sequence number is never reused while
the thread exists, but can be reused after the thread terminates. The debugger interfaces use this sequence number to identify each thread
in commands and in display output.
The result of calling this routine is undefined if the thread argument does not specify a valid thread object.
No errors are returned. This routine returns the DECthreads thread sequence number for the thread identified by the thread object speci-
fied in the thread argument. The result of calling this routine is undefined if the thread argument does not specify a valid thread.