The Qt Concurrent module contains functionality to support concurrent execution of program code.
The Qt Concurrent module provides high-level APIs that make it possible to write multi-threaded programs without using low-level threading primitives such as mutexes, read-write locks, wait conditions, or semaphores. Programs written with Qt Concurrent automatically adjust the number of threads used according to the number of processor cores available. This means that applications written today will continue to scale when deployed on multi-core systems in the future.
Qt Concurrent includes functional programming style APIs for parallel list processing, including a MapReduce and FilterReduce implementation for shared-memory (non-distributed) systems, and classes for managing asynchronous computations in GUI applications:
QFuturerepresents the result of an asynchronous computation.
QFutureIteratorallows iterating through results available via
QFutureWatcherallows monitoring a
QFutureSynchronizeris a convenience class that automatically synchronizes several QFutures.
QPromiseprovides a way to report progress and results of the asynchronous computation to
QFuture. Allows suspending or canceling the task when requested by
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