A concept:icon_rolleyes: has grown, may be it as wrong or right, that in Java if we do not take the help of thread class or runnable interface at all then also several threads get executed there; If so how it happens with other languages where there is no concept of thread, like C or C++ ? Does there multitasking and/or multiprogramming replaces the role of multithreading ? :SExplain briefly, please:icon_exclaim:
How does call stack differs and relates with wait pool or thread pool or lock pool? Does it only stores method calling or classes within packages also?

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I'm lost of your Colored Rainbow, please can you ask the question ?

Threads are a light weight program.... and your O.S deal with threads its not the Compiler or language.

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