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Runnable is a library that provides a way to run code in parallel asynchronously on the JVM. It is designed to replace the traditional threading model with a more scalable, performant, and easier-to-use alternative.

  • Make a class that implements the Runnable interface.
  • In the Runnable class, add a run method.
  • Create a Thread instance and pass your Runnable object as an argument to its function Object() { [native code] }.
  • Use the start method of the Thread object.

With an empty implementation of the run() method, the Thread class implements Runnable. Create an instance of the class that implements the Runnable interface and send it to the Thread(Runnable target) function Object() { [native code] } to start a new thread.

Runnable is an interface that represents a task that can be carried out by a Thread, Executor, or other equivalent mechanism. Thread, on the other hand, is a class that starts a new thread. There is no new thread created when the Runnable interface is implemented.

Any class whose instances are intended to be executed by a thread should implement the Runnable interface. The run method must be defined as a no-argument method in the class. This interface is intended to offer a standard protocol for objects that want to run code while in use.

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