As datetime and a single value is stored in local variables, the two are incompatible and you cannot have both of them at the same time. A common approach is to use saving to separate the two. That is, you will have some file open that represents your date, and another file open for the value. To add some logic to this procedure, you would have your text editor open both files at the same time. start by editing the date file; then, use the backspace key to remove everything after the calculation. Then, you will edit the other file. When it is done, you will save both files at the same time. This of course will remove the date from the value file, as the two files are the same file. However, you will have to start over again to edit the date file, but you do not have to edit the other file again, since you saved both files at once.
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The multi-threaded, multi-process, pthread, class API for POSIX threads currently supported in GNU C Library (glibc) 3.2 and later is called pthreads. Linux and similarly similar operating systems usually come with the pthreads library, which is used to create threads. Linux 3.x libc's pthreads implementation is known as "pth" (see the libcrosstool.org documentation on how to install glibc 2.9 or later for this). The class API is implemented as a library, libpthread. d2c66b5586