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Writing multithreaded code requires skill, discipline, and attention. This article presents idioms and techniques that let the compiler help you write correct, race condition-free multithreaded code. By using locks as permits, you can have the C++'s type system remind the programmer that locks are needed in order to access certain functions or objects.

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