Windows Programming/Interprocess Communication

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When we have multiple threads and fibers working together in a single process, or when we have multiple processes working together in a job, we often need to allow processes and threads to communicate with each other. This is done using a series of different tools provided by Windows.

Pipes[edit]

Unnamed Pipes[edit]

Named Pipes[edit]

Mailslots[edit]

Sockets[edit]

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