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Java Thread Life Cycle

1. New - Instance of thread created which is not yet started by involving start(). In this state, the thread is also known as the born thread.
2. Runnable - After invocation of start()& before it is selected to be run by the scheduler.
3. Running - After the thread scheduler has selected it.
4. Non-runnable - thread alive, not eligible to run.
5. Terminated - run() method has exited.


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