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is JVM1.6.0 pre-emptive or non preemptive?

 
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Does new JVM1.6.0 on Windows are pre-emptive or non-preemtive?
 
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What do you mean, are you asking about the method of thread scheduling?

As far as I know, Java threads are native threads on Sun's Java implementation for Windows, and so they are preemptive.
 
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I am talking in the context if java threads are running on windows!!!
 
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