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Multiprocessing Services provides a programming interface that allows your application to create separate execution threads called tasks. These tasks are preemptively scheduled among the available processors in the system (even if there is only one processor).

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Adding Multitasking Capability to Applications Using Multiprocessing Services
This document describes how to create preemptive tasks in your application using Multiprocessing Services. It contains conceptual information, programming examples, and a complete API reference.

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