How can I get start address of thread?
"Jae Choi" <email@example.com> wrote:
>How can I get start address of thread?
A start address is a position in memory that an instruction counter may take.
A thread is a way of creating another instruction counter. Since this
is not really another IC, but is a data package to simulate it, it does have
a start address, as a struct. So do you mean the start of the struct, or
the first executable address that the IC will assume? It seems to me both
questions are dangerous.
Light weight thread, IC address, local stack, access to common text area.
Heavy thread (ala fork) Whole new process.
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