From: Ken Hagan (K.Hagan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-25 04:36:21
Gabriel Dos Reis wrote:
> This analgoy does not cut it: You don't have a function "fk" by
> thread. You have a -single- function designator. And the return
> value depends on the calling thread.
Whereas with a TLS variable you have a single variable name and
the value of that variable when referenced at run-time depends
on the calling thread.
Sorry, I really don't see the difference here, except for the
syntax of writing "k" rather than "fk()" when you want the value.
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