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I am a bit old school, what happened to multithreading with the current versions of Java? Has it been replaced with a different term or just outdated?

I have been trying to locate current information and can�t find anything that is dated 2005 or current. Not even on Suns Development site.

Any help would be appreciated. :-)

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Hi, welcome to the ranch!

A google for "SUN <anything> TUTORIAL" almost always hits gold. Try the Concurrency section and see if that helps. Java 5 added a nifty bunch of thread pooling and other thread utilities. Scroll up to the Threads forum if you come up with more questions.
 
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