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What is advantage of using threads?

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What is advantage of using threads?..

Answer / rajashree

a)lower context switching over head.

b)shared state:
allowed concurrent instance of the server to communicate
easily with each other

c)linux supports the POSIX thread standard
i)pthreads library.
ii)portable across most unix platform.

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What is advantage of using threads?..

Answer / yayati pavan kumar

Threads means part of a program which is in execution.That
means it's very easy to implement any large and complex
application by partitioning into threads. By this we can
save memory or storage.

we can decrease time of execution
It is very easy to test as the whole code partitioned into
parts and execute

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