C++ 11 threads and language native threads unfortunately lack this luxury. In order to parallelize a loop using std Threads, it is the programmers responsibility to calculate the range of each iteration within the loop the be parallelized. This is usually done using SPMD techniques.
Mutual Exclusion= ===
• try_lock - tries to lock the mutex, returns if the mutex is not available
The atomic class provides an atomic object type which can eliminate the possibility of data races by providing synchronization between threads. Accesses to atomic objects may establish inter-thread synchronization and order non-atomic memory accesses. < br> Atomic types are defined as std:: atomic< type> var_name;