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Nov 11, 2010

daemon thread

What is a daemon thread

           Daemon threads are sometimes called "service" threads. These are threads that normally run at a low priority and provide a basic service to a program or programs when activity on a machine is reduced.
          An example of a daemon thread that is continuously running is the garbage collector thread. This thread is provided by the JVM.

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