function initializes Xlib support for concurrent threads.
This function must be the first Xlib function a
multi-threaded program calls, and it must complete
before any other Xlib call is made.
This function returns a nonzero status if initialization was
successful; otherwise, it returns zero.
On systems that do not support threads, this function always returns zero.
It is only necessary to call this function if multiple threads
might use Xlib concurrently. If all calls to Xlib functions
are protected by some other access mechanism (for example,
a mutual exclusion lock in a toolkit or through explicit client
programming), Xlib thread initialization is not required.
It is recommended that single-threaded programs not call this function.
"Using Xlib With Threads"
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