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Tutorial/Links For JDK 1.5 Features in Multithreading It's urgent!!!

 
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Hi Great Ranchers,

I need your help as quick as possible. actually I've to prepare for an interview. As per the requirement JDK 1.5 Features in Multithreading is a must, which I've no idea for. I request you please give me useful, simple and small tutorial link as I've only one day to prepare this. By the way, I am good in Multithreading as far as jdk 1.4 is concerned.

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The Sun Java Tutorial is a good start, as is so often the case: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/essential/concurrency/index.html
 
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raunak saxena wrote:I need your help as quick as possible. actually I've to prepare for an interview. As per the requirement JDK 1.5 Features in Multithreading is a must, which I've no idea for. I request you please give me useful, simple and small tutorial link as I've only one day to prepare this. By the way, I am good in Multithreading as far as jdk 1.4 is concerned.


Just write it in 1.4 style and be happy.

The new for 1.5 concurrent functions are straight forward, and provide the usual functions.

Writing proper multi-threading code in any version is not something to do casually. Subtle bugs are easy to place.
 
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