Function ThreadObject() Foundation
Retrieves the Thread object of the current thread.
ThreadObject() --> oThread
The function returns the Thread object which currently executes program code.
The function ThreadObject() is used to retrieve the current Thread object when multiple threads are running. This is especially useful if the same user-defined function is executed multiple times and simultaneously in different threads. The function can also be used to retrieve the implicit Thread object which executes the Main procedure at program startup.
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