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The MySQL C API includes functions enabling threaded client applications to be written. These functions provide control over thread initialization and termination with the client. See also Section 3.4, “Writing C API Threaded Client Programs”.
Another C API function,
“thread” in its name but is not used for client
threading purposes. Instead, it returns the ID of the server thread
associated with the client, much like the
CONNECTION_ID() SQL function. See
Section 5.4.78, “mysql_thread_id()”.