troubleshooting Question

runnable, exceptions and orphans - 101

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OK....

A class object that implements runable, and so
creates its own thread, can leave orphans;  threads
that persist even after the object dies.  Right?

It's up to the thread to kill itself.  You can also
use System.exit() to snuff everything.

How does a uncaught runtime exception effect all
this?  Does it kill the process with a System.exit()?



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