Thread: Thread exercise

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    Thread exercise

    I just solved this exercise from Page 3

    Write a program with two treads: one that writes hello every second and one that writes world! every second
    #include <iostream>
    #include <thread>
    #include <chrono>
    void print(const char* msg)
      while (true)
        std::cout << msg;
    int main()
      std::thread t1(print, "Hello ");
      std::thread t2(print, "world!");
    Does anyone see a better solution ?

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    Looks pretty good to me.

    The ; at the end of line 13 is redundant.
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    Thanks Salem,

    not sure where the ; came from.

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