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Two doubts:
1. Placing run() inside main() generates "illegal start of expression error"? So why can't run() be placed inside main()?

2.With the above code I am getting the output as A C D B. Why B comes last is because of join(). But what I'm unable to understand is that on invoking start() shouldn't run() get called immediately thus generating the output as C D A B?

Help please..Thanks

Edited by WaltP: Requests for help are NOT Code Snippets

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  1. You can't define one method inside another - that's just the Java langauge definition. (except when the second method is inside an inner class defined inside a method...)
  2. After executing t.start()) you have two threads withe same priority and no synchronisation, so you have no control or knowledge about the order in which they will be executed.
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