In this video, I demonstrate a technique for communicating between threads in a Delphi application, without using typical locking mechanisms such as critical sections. Best Viewed in Full Screen (Recorded 1080p).

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  • In modern versions of Delphi, you should switch to DisposeOf() always. DisposeOf exists to handle differences between the desktop compilers (without ARC memory management) and the mobile compilers (with ARC). Technically if your code will never be used on a mobile target, you don't need DisposeOf, but you never know when you might decide to Port to mobile.
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