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In java, what is the procedure for executing a series of tasks, some of which are carried out one after the other, while one runs concurrently with them?

asked 2022-08-07 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-01-29 02:00:00 +0000

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The procedure for executing a series of tasks, some of which are carried out one after the other, while one runs concurrently with them in Java can be done using multi-threading. In multi-threading, separate threads are created for each task that needs to be executed concurrently. The main thread is responsible for executing the sequential tasks.

Here are the steps to implement it:

  1. Identify the tasks that need to be executed concurrently and those that need to be executed sequentially.

  2. Create a class that implements the Runnable interface for each of the concurrent tasks.

  3. Instantiate multiple instances of the above class for each of the concurrent tasks.

  4. Invoke the start() method on each of these instances. This will create a new thread and execute the code in the run() method of the class.

  5. Implement the sequential tasks in the main thread.

  6. Join the threads created in step 4 using the join() method.

By following these steps, tasks can be executed concurrently with some tasks running one after the other.

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