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Wong, Danny H.
March 31, 2008 16:01
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Hi Thread Guru's,
    I'm just reading up on Perl threads for the first time from
<> .

After reading the document and trying out a test script myself. Can
someone tell me what I'm doing something wrong? It's a simple copy
function that copies a big file ~50MB, but I was hoping that the copying
happens in parallel but its not. Any ideas what I need to do? I'll like
to try the boss-worker and pipeline method. any information would great.
thanks for your help.

Here is my code?

use threads;

use File::NCopy <file::NCopy>  qw (copy);

my $FILE='c:\tmp\';

my $DIR1='C:\tmp\test1';

my $DIR2='C:\tmp\test2';

my $THREAD_1 = threads->create(\&COPYTOTESTAREA, ${FILE}, ${DIR1});
print "Thread 1" . $THREAD_1->join() ." is done\n";

my $THREAD_2 = threads->create(\&COPYTOTESTAREA, ${FILE}, ${DIR2});
print "Thread 2" . $THREAD_2->join() ." is done\n";




copy("${SOURCE}", "${DESTINATION}");

return "I'm done";


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