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Joined: Feb 05, 2006
Jul 14, 2006 22:18:00
kind tell me what is deamon thread & give one example
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Jul 14, 2006 23:42:00
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Jul 17, 2006 07:33:00
This and previous thread sound like blatant homework, but I take issue with the content of the above article anyway.
The above article makes it sound like daemon threads are something really special.
A deamon thread differs from non-daemon thread in only one small way. An active daemon thread does not prevent JVM shut-down, whereas non-daemon threads do.
This feature makes daemon threads useful for services etc., like the article suggests, but there is nothing that says they have to be used that way.
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What is Deamon Thread?
what is daemon threads
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