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there's no 'problem' with the results I just found it odd that each thread had reportedly processed 256 consecutive items even though they weren't actually done consecutively.

Sample output:

10 threads started - waiting on completion.
Computer000257 checked by -378
Computer000513 checked by -380
Computer000769 checked by -349
Computer001025 checked by -366
Computer001281 checked by -326
Computer001537 checked by -305
Computer001793 checked by -338
Computer002049 checked by -360
Computer002305 checked by -127
Computer000002 checked by -373
Computer000258 checked by -378
Computer000514 checked by -380
The input is sequential, Computer000000 - Computer10000. I just though it was 'wierd'.

In reply to Re^2: Unexpected output from fork (Win32) by maa
in thread Unexpected output from fork (Win32) by maa

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