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    Lightbulb java multi threading

    Dear all

    I have some idea of java multi threading and java schedular and developed a schedular to copy file from one directory to another after 5 minutes.
    but i want to know real life example in java multi threading and java schedular.


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    Default Re: java multi threading

    The best example of multithreading would be any program which uses a GUI (graphical user interface, like a window with buttons and stuff). Every GUI program should use multithreading. If a GUI program doesn't use multithreading, a lengthy operation (such as reading from a database or saving to files) will "lock up" the GUI. This means the user interface becomes unresponsive until the operation is finished, and will often result in that "The program is not responding" error message you get in Windows.
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