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Difference bet. Process based Multithreading and Thread based Multithreading?

Sachindra Pratap
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Joined: Jun 03, 2008
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hi,
and which is fast?


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Nitesh Kant
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There is no such thing as process based multithreading and thread based multithreading.
Multi threading *always* means running multiple threads inside a process.

Now, do you want to rephrase your question?


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Ajay Saxena
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Joined: Nov 13, 2006
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I believe you want to know the difference between process based concurrent programming and thread based concurrent programming.
 
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