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Manoj Pradhan
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Joined: Feb 07, 2005
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hi all,
This is my first topic to post.could i know the following question based on Threading concept:

1. Is there any difference between process and thread in java?
2. Is it advantageous to use Runnable interface or Thread class?
3. What is green and native thread and is there any difference?

Please send me the details, if anyone have.

waiting for reply.

Thanks and Regards,
Manoj

Is there any difference between process and thread in java?Is it advantageous to use Runnable interface or Thread class?What is green and native thread and is there any difference?
Jeroen Wenting
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why did you post this here instead of in say "Java intermediate"?

You're far more likely to get an answer there and I expect someone to move it there rather quickly

1) depends on the JVM and OS
2) generally yes
3) depends on the JVM and OS


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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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