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Thread Information

Occurs when a thread is created. In this case, this
message
provides informational feedback and no action is required.
Expect at least one such message when the main program's thread is created by the operating system. If you are running the Dependencies tool on a partially parallelized target, expect additional messages for each thread the program creates.
The creation site of the main program thread is the point where the
main()
function - or other standard entry point line
_wmain()
- is called from the startup initialization code.
Syntax
Problem type: Thread information
ID
Code Location
Description
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Creation site
Represents the location and call stack where a thread was created.
Example
ANNOTATE_SITE_BEGIN(name1); for (int i = 0; i < n; ++i) {     ANNOTATE_ITERATION_TASK(task_process_array);     process(array1[i]); } ANNOTATE_SITE_END(); . . . // create thread using parallel framework code or CreateThread() for (int i = 0; i < n; ++i) {     process(array2[i]); }

Product and Performance Information

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