I would like someone with good [url removed, login to view] visual basic skills to write an example sourcecode that uses safe and correct use of threads in Visual Basic 2010.
I need one main window where you could start, pause and stop threads.
Each thread should be one separate [url removed, login to view] that includes the work that the thread is doing.
It should be possible to start dynamically as many or less threads the user wants.
Give example with for example 2 different dlls. [url removed, login to view] and B.dll.
Each has some work to do, nothing complicated just for exampl.
Then a main window in main program where you can start, pause and stop [url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view] thread. But also be able to start several threads of same dll file.
Can this be done? I would like an example with easy source code for this for me to continue to work from on my own.
Hello It looks like as something pretty easy, I have large experience with working with multithreading, .NET and VB.NET. What is version of Visual Studio you use?