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    Default please answer some basic question

    Hello
    i want to know answer of some question regarding thread.


    1-Which method is used for registering a thread with the thread scheduler ?
    2-is it possible to get daemon thread directly?
    3-When JVM start up,which thread will be started first?
    4-Which thread is not allowed for sleep?
    5-Is there a separate stack for each thread in JAVA?
    6-Is self thread interruption possible?

    if you know the answer of any of the question then please reply
    Thanks


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    Default Re: please answer some basic question

    Here you go.

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    Default Re: please answer some basic question

    Ironically, the top hit for google when I hit newbie's link was the cross-post.

    This thread has been cross posted here:

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    Default Re: please answer some basic question

    Quote Originally Posted by newbie View Post
    Here you go.

    P.S - Just so you know, we're not a homework service so nobody here is going to do your work for you.
    If you have a specific issue on a topic that you're struggling to get to grips with, don't be shy to ask for some tips.
    Recently I given some interview then they asked me that Q
    Before creating this thread, i searched on Google but i did not find the answer then i joined some forum to get answer,now you are saying that this is homework.
    Friend if you knew then you could also just reply in one words that is not a very big homework
    Anyway Thanks
    Last edited by togaurav; April 16th, 2011 at 02:00 AM.

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    Default Re: please answer some basic question

    Sorry Sir
    i did not read rule
    From now onwards i will follow that
    Thanks

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    Default Re: please answer some basic question

    If they were interview questions and not homework, then apologies but with the way in which you posted, it was an easy mistake to make.
    Either way, Google has more then enough information on a majority of those questions, so researching them (thoroughly) yourself would have shown some good faith.
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