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Multithreading in Java vs .NET

Denise Advincula
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Hi! I'm not sure if this is the right forum but I hope there is someone here who is very good in .NET and confirm if my understanding on threading for Java and .NET are the same.

My first question is, does .NET have the same Thread states as Java? - Runnable, Running, Dead, Blocked, Sleeping..?

Second Question, could you provide me good links about this comparison? My google search doesn't give me good results.

Thanks for your usual support!

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Paul Clapham
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I have never written any .Net code at all but my googling skills are pretty good. Looks like this page tells you about possible thread states in .Net.
 
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