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Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
May 21, 2001

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Execute Code Only Once the First Time it is Called


You may need to execute a portion of code in a function only once the first time it is called. The following fragment illustrates an easy way to do this:
 
static bool bExecuted = false;
if (!bExecuted)
{
  //write the code to be executed once here.
   ...
   ...
   bExecuted = true;
}

**NOTE: This code works only in a single threaded environment.
Rajesh Chathapuram
 
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