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How to share the data across threads so that the value get updated properly.

Mark the shared variables as shared. See threads::shared.

Without any testing, something like:

use strict; use warnings; use threads; use threads::shared; my $currentWrite :shared = 10; my $totalSize = 1000; sub Progress { my $size = shift; $currentWrite += $size; my $currentProgress = $currentWrite / 100; print "Done ", $currentProgress, " of ", $totalSize, "\n"; } sub test { my $countRef = shift; my $count = $$countRef; Progress ( 11); print "Current count is $count\n"; } Progress(10); my $numThreads = 5; my @arrThreads; for my $i ( 1 .. $numThreads) { my $t = threads->create( \&test, \$i); push( @arrThreads, $t); } foreach (@arrThreads) { my $num = $_->join; }

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In reply to Re: Updating global variable in multi-threaded program by BrowserUk
in thread Updating global variable in multi-threaded program by techman2006

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