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What is the real difference between threads and process

 
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how does the above things come into the picture when extreme programming is being done...
 
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Mitesh , i think there is some confusion here. XP is methodology. It is not at all related to threads ( Java as well as Native threads ) & Process ( task , whatever you may call ).
Read carefully other threads in this forum to know more about XP.
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One more thing , Mitesh . Please post your quesion in Threads & Synchronization forum where you can get answer to your question.
Guys , I am closing this thread here.
 
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