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Thread states: Managing Threads in Java
Thread states: Managing Threads in Java

Each Thread object has a state. This state consists of a thread name, an indication of whether the thread is alive or dead, the execution state of the thread (is it runnable?), the thread’s priority, and an indication of whether the thread is a daemon or nondaemon thread. Remember, a daemon thread does not prevent the JVM from exiting when the program finishes but the thread is still running. It is considered a helper thread.

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