The DeleteFiber function deletes an existing fiber.
// pointer to the fiber to delete
This function does not return a value.
The DeleteFiber function deletes all data associated with the fiber. This data includes the stack, a subset of the registers, and the fiber data. If the currently running fiber calls DeleteFiber, the ExitThread function is called and the thread terminates. If the currently running fiber is deleted by another thread, the thread associated with the fiber is likely to terminate abnormally because the fiber stack has been freed.
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