pthread_equal() = This compares two thread which is equal or not. This function compares two thread identifiers. It return ‘0’ and non zero value. If it is equal then return non zero value else return 0.
Syntax:- int pthread_equal (pthread_t t1, pthread_t t2);
First Method :- Compare with self thread
Second Method :- Compare with other thread
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