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sc::ProcThreadGrp(3)		     MPQC		  sc::ProcThreadGrp(3)

NAME
       sc::ProcThreadGrp - The ProcThreadGrp class privides a concrete thread
       group appropriate for an	environment where there	is only	one thread.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<thread.h>

       Inherits	sc::ThreadGrp.

   Public Member Functions
       ProcThreadGrp (const Ref< KeyVal	> &)
       int start_threads ()
	   Starts the threads running.
       int wait_threads	()
	   Wait	for all	the threads to complete.
       Ref< ThreadLock > new_lock ()
	   Return a local object.
       ThreadGrp * clone (int nthread=-1)
	   Create a ThreadGrp like the current one.

   Additional Inherited	Members
Detailed Description
       The ProcThreadGrp class privides	a concrete thread group	appropriate
       for an environment where	there is only one thread.

Member Function	Documentation
   ThreadGrp* sc::ProcThreadGrp::clone (int nthread = -1) [virtual]
       Create a	ThreadGrp like the current one.	If nthread is given, the new
       ThreadGrp will attempt to support that number of	threads, but the
       actual number supported may be less. If nthread is -1, the number of
       threads in the current group will be used.

       Reimplemented from sc::ThreadGrp.

   int sc::ProcThreadGrp::start_threads	() [virtual]
       Starts the threads running. Thread 0 will be run	by the thread that
       calls start_threads.

       Implements sc::ThreadGrp.

   int sc::ProcThreadGrp::wait_threads () [virtual]
       Wait for	all the	threads	to complete. This must be called before
       start_threads is	called again or	the object is destroyed.

       Implements sc::ThreadGrp.

Author
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Version	2.3.1			Mon Jul	3 2017		  sc::ProcThreadGrp(3)

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