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In the above I have made 2 instances of the inner class Run1 and handed them to the 2 respective threads. The o/p is a clean: 0,1,2,3,4 0,1,2,3,4. But there are two objects of Run1 class, which means there are also two sets of run methods, and each thread is executing a different run method, why arent the results overlapping??
i have made some changes to your code. Run above code and see overlapped output. If above code does not show overlapped output increase loop number at line 4 you will get overlapped output.
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Yeah i get that if you increase the iteration count the output begins to overlap but my question is If I have two objects each object with its own copy of run and each object has 1 thread executing its run, shouldnt the output begin overlapping from the get go. Or is there only 1 thread scheduler for as many objects as one can make with diff threads? I reckon