Member variable Thread():name Foundation

The name of the Thread

Data type: Character ("")

The member variable :name contains the name assigned to the thread object. Thread names are displayed in the Threads view of the Xbase++ Workbench when the application is debugged. Assigning names to threads can significantly simplify the process of identifying threads during debugging.

The name of a thread must be assigned when creating the thread. To do this, the corresponding character string must be specified in the parameter <cName> of the method :new(). Once a thread is created, the name can only be changed in sub-classes derived from Thread. Attempting to assign a new thread name from outside the thread class raises a runtime error.


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