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Thread class

adam Lui
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Which of the following are the methods defined in the Thread class? (Choose all that apply.)

A. join()
B. yield()
C. sleep(...)
D. run()
E. start()

boolean b = true;<br />System.out.println ("I believe in Java.<br />Java will make my dream come " + b);
Jesper de Jong
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Lookup the API documentation for class Thread and find the answer yourself.

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