Simple example of threading in C

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Could someone maybe provide a basic C++ example of launching two (Object Oriented) threads?

Instead of accessing a C-style thread library, I'm searching for genuine C++ thread objects on which I can add run functions (or something similar).

I didn't include any OS-specific requests in the hopes that whoever responded would provide cross-platform libraries to utilise.

I'm simply making it clear now.
Jul 15 in C++ by Nicholas
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