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SOPs are getting even after System exit code

 
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I realized that in Threading , even after System.exit(0) , I am getting some SOPs . How is it possible ?
 
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means, your main thread/method is completing its job,
but, other threads are running.
 
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Actually before Threading , I used to know that after calling System.exit(0) , the program stops to work and exits and even after reading the System.exit(0) , I am getting SOPs means still some thread is running . So in this point I am getting confused like how I am getting SOPs after System.exit(0) , is it like even after System.exit command , the compiler does not shut down the code if in case any other threads is still have the value.
 
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System.exit() begins the 'normal shutdown' procedure which includes executing shutdown hooks and finalizers. If any of these hooks/finalizers call System.out.println() then the output may be recorded. Also, and especially of you have a lot of output statements in a tight loop, the output to System.out.println() is buffered which means the output may be stored for a brief time before being sent to the console. So if you shutdown that output stream is generally flushed and any stored output would be pushed to the console.
 
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