Threads in java


What is threads in Java?

 

The Java platform is designed from the ground up to support concurrent programming, threads can share the resource and can run concurrently

Multithreaded execution is an essential feature of the Java platform. Every application has at least one thread ? or several, if you count "system" threads that do things like memory management and signal handling. But from the application programmer's point of view, you start with just one thread, called the main thread. This thread has the ability to create additional threads

 

Different ways to create thread

                Threads can be created using the following ways

1.       Thread class

2.      Runnable Interface 




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