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Why Java support two ways to create a thread?


As you know, Java programming language support programmer two ways to create a thread, different from others language.

  • Extends from class Thread
  • Implement interface Runable

Java language does not allow a class inherit from more than one supper class. But, it allow programmer implement classes. Two above things explain the main question of this post Why Java support two ways to create a thread?

I’ll give you an example:

I have a class named ClassA, then i also have other class named ClassB. And ClassB is the derivative class of ClassA. If i want ClassB also to be a thread. In this case, i can not use the inheritance way, because i can not write:

public class ClassB extends ClassA, Thread{
}//this is wrong way

So i use like

public class ClassB extends ClassA implement Runable{
}
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2 responses to “Why Java support two ways to create a thread?

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