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My first thread
The grand moment arrived at last! Brace yourself: you have to create your very own thread. Create a public static TestThread class, a thread with the Runnable interface.
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My second thread
Let's continue to unravel threads. This time, we need to create a public static TestThread class that inherits the Thread class. Then we'll create a static block inside TestThread, which will display "This is the static block inside TestThread". And the run method should display "This is the run method".
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A list and some threads
Let's multiply threads again and again. In the main method, add five threads to the static list. Each thread must be a new Thread object that works with its own SpecialThread object. The SpecialThread class's run method should display "This is the run method inside SpecialThread".
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Displaying a stack trace
Do you still remember about the stack trace and the fact that the currently running method is at the top of the stack? Let's recall this by completing a task: you need to create a "task" (a public static class called SpecialThread that implements the Runnable interface). SpecialThread should display its own stack trace.
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Let's talk music
Even robotic programmers yearn for art! Today we're talking about bowed string instruments. We have a Violin class. You need to change it to make it a task for a thread. To do this, use the MusicalInstrument interface. And then you can "play" it and display how long you've been playing.