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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  • FYI: If you re-watch the last 30 seconds, from time index 35:20, I explain what I just posted in my last comment. Note that the 'test thread' is a class derived from TThread - and note the difference between the 'InPipe' and 'OutPipe' properties. Messages go into the InThread and come out of the OutThread, they are copied from one to the other by the test thread execute method (so inside a second thread).
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