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Umashanthi Pavalanathan
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Please give me the possible answers and explanation for the following questions. Is there any different way to compile and run Thread Programs?in these in the normal way but no output.
Thanks in Advance,
Ushan.
que1)
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class A extends Thread
{
private static String []A={"X","Y","Z"};
public void run()
{
System.out.println(A[0]+A[1]+A[2]);
}
public static void main(String aa[])
{
{
Thread t=new Thread();
System.out.println("AAAA");
t.start();
A[0]="A";A[1]="B";A[2]="C";
}
}

que2
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class A extends Thread
{
private static String []A={"X","Y","Z"};
public synchronized void run()
{
System.out.println(A[0]+A[1]+A[2]);
}
public static void main(String aa[])
{
synchronized(A) {
Thread t=new Thread();
System.out.println("AAAA");
t.start();
A[0]="A";A[1]="B";A[2]="C";
}

}
}
 
Srinivasan thoyyeti
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Hi,

clarification needed Thread t= new Thread() or Thread t = new A();
 
Umashanthi Pavalanathan
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It is Thread t=new Thread();
 
Srinivasan thoyyeti
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Hi Umashanthi,

I recommend to see Thread API, and see How to create a Thread which can execute your run().

All the best.
 
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