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Executors: Managing Threads in Java
Executors: Managing Threads in Java

An executor is an object whose class directly or indirectly implements the java.util.concurrent.Executor interface. Executors define a high-level API for launching and managing threads. Executor implementations provided by java.util.concurrent provide thread pool management suitable for large-scale applications. Using executors allows us to separate thread creation and thread management from the rest of the application. Most of the executor implementations use thread pools.

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