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OCPJP710.1

Cert Obj Defining, Instantiating, and Starting Threads

[10.1.1] Constructors for threads Thread(),■ Thread(Runnable target),■ Thread(Runnable target, String name),■ Thread(String name)
[10.1.2] Daemon Daemon threads are meant to perform supporting tasks that make sense only if normal threads are running.For eg, GC thread is useful only if some user thread is running.
[10.1.3] Non daemon threads required otherwise daemon threads have no value So the program should end when all the non-daemon threads end. Can make any Thread (if you have permission) a daemon thread by calling setDaemon(true) before starting that thread.You can stop any thread.
[10.1.4] methods that act on Thread t.sleep(); or t.yield(); // both are static methods
[10.1.5]
Created by: MVK2013