C++ initializing a thread with a public function of a class

  1. Include the necessary header file for using threads in C++: #include
  2. Define the class with the public function that you want to use for initializing the thread.
  3. Create an instance of the class.
  4. Initialize the thread by passing the class instance and the function name to the thread constructor, for example: std::thread myThread(&MyClass::myPublicFunction, myClassInstance);
  5. The thread will then start executing the specified public function from the class.