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What is MultiThreading? Threads & Thread Properties Thread Scheduling and Priority Types of Threads Monitors, Synchronization and Deadlocks Thread Coordination Communication Between Threads Threads and Thread Groups Explicit Locks Atomic Variables Blocking Queues Thread-Safe Collections Callables & Futures The Executor Framework Synchronizers
Threads are very important in Java, especially when it comes to GUI
programming. Every Java program has at least two threads; every Java
GUI program has at least three threads.