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swapnel surade
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I need to accept many request on single .so file.
When I uses the file for any operation after that I'm unable to use the .so file till first operation is get finished.
but I want to implement parallel operation for that.
After some searching I got 1 function select().

is anybody know how to achieve this ?
 
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".so" stands for Shared Object, and it's the Unix/Linux equivalent of a Windows DLL. Like DLLs, SO's are just shared logic, and it's the logic within the SO that makes for that kind of behaviour, not the fact that it's an SO.

We don't know what your particular SO is intended to do - there are probably hundreds of SO's in the average system and they do many different things. So we have no idea why you're having this problem or what might be done about it.

You'll need to provide more information.
 
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I have one .so file provided by client using which I can turn on,off the screen and send the interrupt on button press which is present on the screen.
when I'm using any operation from that .so file, I'm unable to use it simultaneously.


 
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swapnel surade wrote:I have one .so file provided by client using which I can turn on,off the screen and send the interrupt on button press which is present on the screen.
when I'm using any operation from that .so file, I'm unable to use it simultaneously.




In that case, all you can do is talk to the client.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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