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    Super Moderator Petr Schreiber's Avatar
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    Interprocess communication (Memory Mapped File)


    here is the promised memory mapped file technique to communicate between processes.
    This time "just" console example.

    How to use:
    • Run Program1
    • Run Program2
    • Switch to Program1 and press any key

    The programs will just say hello to each other. There is one virtual file opened for communicaiton Program1 -> Program2 ( "File1Virtual") and one for communicaiton Program2 -> Program1 ( "File2Virtual").

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    Re: Interprocess communication (Memory Mapped File)

    Thanks Petr, very cool example!
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