what are depricated methods in threads and explain the
lifecycle methods




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what are depricated methods in threads and explain the lifecycle methods..

Answer / dara

There are two deprecated methods in threads.
1.resume
2.suspend.
life cycle of methods of thread.
1.ready to run(start() method)
2.run(run() method)
3.suspend(wait() or sleep() method)
4.resume(notify() or notifyall() method)
5.death.

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what are depricated methods in threads and explain the lifecycle methods..

Answer / prerana

The depricated methods in threads are
1. stop
2. suspend
3. Resume

Life cycle of thread
A thread can be only in one of the five states
1. New (Not alive)
2. Runnable (alive)
3. Running
4. Waiting/Blocking/Sleeping
5. Dead

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what are depricated methods in threads and explain the lifecycle methods..

Answer / ravikiran

stop(),suspend(),resume()
start()---will start a new thread of execution nd thread
will be in runnable state
run()-----will run the current thread of execution

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what are depricated methods in threads and explain the lifecycle methods..

Answer / ejp

Good grief. Doesn't anybody read the Javadoc? There are
*six* deprecated methods in java.lang.Thread.

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what are depricated methods in threads and explain the lifecycle methods..

Answer / ravichandra

In threads two ways to create threads.1.by extends the
class
2.implements runnable interface

in threads the following methods are called life cycle
methods

1.start 2.run 3.dead

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