DoEvents() And Preempitive Multitasking

DoEvents() And Preempitive Multitasking

Windows 95 is a preemptive multitasking system. As a result of this,no single application monopolizes the entire CPU at any given time. Manyof the DoEvents() calls previously used in Windows 3.1 are unnecessaryand can be removed. Removing unnecessary DoEvents() will increase applicationperformance. The only DoEvents() calls your VB4 application requiresare those used within your application, for example, to stop processingto offer the user the ability to cancel.


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