Windows Mutex Objects

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Published in the January 1998 issue of C++Builder Developers Journal, Use a Mutex to achieve synchronization is a tutorial article demonstrating the use of Named Mutex Objects in Microsoft Windows. The sample code provided with the article demonstrated the use of a named mutex to determine if another instance of an application is currently running.

Published in the January 1998 issue of C++Builder Developers Journal, Use a Mutex to achieve synchronization is a tutorial article demonstrating the use of Named Mutex Objects in Microsoft Windows. The sample code provided with the article demonstrated the use of a named mutex to determine if another instance of an application is currently running.

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