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From: Stephane Richard <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 21:34:04 +0200
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Hello again everyone,

I am trying to decide between to different designs that will accomplish
the same task.  And I was just wondering if it was possible (or even
recommended) to do.

Here's the situation via an example:

- I wish to have a wrapper object that will manage a linked list of data.

- I have an object that will need to call upong the Wrapper object's
methods to insert, delete and manipulate data inside that linked list.

- I have another object that will need to take the contents of the wrapper
object's linked list and process them.

- Finally I have another object that will need to take the processed
linked list and send it say to a serial port.

In essense, I'm assuming I can do this be either declaring 3 dlls for each
of those objects plus the dll for the wrapper object with the linked list
making the methods open to the outside world.

Or I can declare a bunch of Tasks that could potentially be a task for
each of the jobs I need done on the linked lists and execute them
asynchroneously in a controlled environment.

Only 2 criteria for making this decision.

   1. I would like the most speed possible.
   2. The most reliable possible.

Which method would you recommend?

Thank you again for all your help.

Stephane Richard
Software Developer

Stephane Richard
Software Developer
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