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Java Thread Programming by Paul Hyde

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Appendix B. The ThreadGroup API

IN THIS APPENDIX

This appendix summarizes the public and protected members of the ThreadGroup class. It is based on Sun Microsystems'Java Development Kit 1.2. Information has been combined from Sun's API documentation, source code, reflection on the distributed classes, and the Java Language Specification.

Many of the methods and both of the constructors can throw a SecurityException. SecurityException is a subclass of RuntimeException, so try/catch blocks are not required for any of the methods of ThreadGroup that might throw it. By default, an application does not have a SecurityManager defined (using JDK 1.0, 1.1, or 1.2 from Sun Microsystems). An applet, on the other ...

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