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std::jthread::~jthread

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~jthread();
(since C++20)

Destroys the jthread object.

If *this has an associated thread (joinable() == true), calls request_stop() and then join().

[edit] Notes

The request_stop() has no effect if the jthread was previously requested to stop.

A jthread object does not have an associated thread after

  • it was default-constructed.
  • it was moved from.
  • join() has been called.
  • detach() has been called.

If join() throws an exception (e.g. because deadlock is detected), std::terminate() may be called.

[edit] Example

[edit] See also

destructs the thread object, underlying thread must be joined or detached
(public member function of std::thread) [edit]