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Title: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: Patrecia on 11-13-2013, 06:59:28
What is the difference between a thread and a process?









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Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: ElevanDesis on 12-06-2013, 05:04:59
Program in execution is called as Process, Process is an active entity, threads can be part of any program schedule a program can be further divided into several threads for ease of execution.
Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: diveenawimble on 02-04-2014, 23:53:32
What is the technical difference between a process and a thread? I get the feeling a word like 'process' is over used and there is also hardware and software threads.
Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: owen100 on 03-26-2014, 00:44:34
Programs may contain both threads and processes. A process may contain one or more thread, but a line cannot contain a process.

Threads and processes are identical in that they both perform a sequence of guidelines. Both may be started by a program or the os. However, processes generally run for a long period (often until a program is closed), while threads may run for only a brief time (often less than a second). Processes also need their own storage, while threads simply use the available storage momentarily.

In conclusion, threads may be regarded light and portable processes, since they contain easy places of guidelines and can be run within a bigger process. Computer systems can run several threads and processes simultaneously.
Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: drafting on 05-09-2014, 00:34:34
Projects may hold both strings and courses of action. A methodology may hold one or more string, yet a line can't hold a procedure.
Program in execution is called as Process, Process is a dynamic substance, strings might be some piece of any system plan a project could be further isolated into a few strings for simplicity of execution.
Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: keith.bowman on 11-11-2014, 04:14:09
Process is nothing but an executing instance of an application. On the other hand, thread is nothing but path of an execution within the process which contains multiple threads.

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Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: heris charles on 02-02-2015, 23:06:49
Another simple difference is that threads within the same process share the same address space, whereas different processes do not share.
Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: Lipipaliwal on 05-01-2015, 05:03:17
Process is an activity and threads are a part of program.
Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: MarcoLeitner on 06-04-2015, 11:48:58
1.A process is a program with in execution where as thread is a path  of execution with in the process.
2. Process are used to execute heavy weight program such as running different applications where as  threads are used to execute light weight program  such as  auto saving a program with in execution.
3.Each process need a separate address space with in the cpu where as Threads may share address space  with other threads in the same process.
Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: adlerdale on 07-29-2015, 05:32:55
Both processes and threads are the process of execution. The main difference between thread and a process is that the threads (of the same process) run in a shared memory space, while processes run in separate memory spaces.
Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: nicolbiden on 08-07-2015, 23:46:36
The processes and threads are independent sequences of execution, the typical difference is that threads run in a shared memory space, while processes run in separate memory spaces.
 
A process has a self contained execution environment that means it has a complete, private set of basic run time resources purticularly each process has its own memory space. Threads exist within a process and every process has at least one thread.
 
Each process provides the resources needed to execute a program. Each process is started with a single thread, known as the primary thread. A process can have multiple threads in addition to the primary thread.

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Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: SanviMalhotra on 08-19-2015, 00:47:36
1.A process is an executing instance of an application where as A thread is a path of execution within a process.
2.Process run in separate address space, but threads of a process share address space
Title: Re: Difference between a thread and a process
Post by: mishraviplav7877 on 08-19-2017, 00:36:44
String is the initial *starting* post.

POST is an answer to a THREAD or an answer to a post within a string.

POST is a type of COMMENT - they are totally unrelated:

With the center Forum module, remarks (from the center Comment module) are posts. Flexiforum enables you to utilize Node Comments instead of Comment for gathering posts, allowing them to be hubs instead of remarks. On the off chance that you are using this conduct at that point POST replaces COMMENT. Generally POST does not exist and you are using COMMENTS instead. You can't have both.