In the last post of the Executor Framework blog post series, I had written about executing a single task from a collection of tasks, creating a Callable task from a Runnable task, cached Thread Pool and
So far in the Executor Framework blog post series, I have covered the following topics:
In the Part II of Executor Framework blog post series, I had written about creating cancellable
Runnable task and creating
Runnable task with a timeout with the help of this framework. I had also written about two
submit methods of
ExecutorService, which are used to create asynchronous task.
In the Part I of Executor Framework blog post series, I had written how it can be used to create a single worker thread for sequential execution of tasks and create a thread pool of fixed number of threads. In this blog post, I’m writing about the following uses of Executor framework:
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