In this recipe, you have used the following methods to get information about a Thread class:
- getId(): This method returns the ID of a thread. It's a unique long number and it can't be changed.
- getName(): This method returns the name of a thread. If you don't establish the name of the thread, Java gives it a default name.
- getPriority(): This method returns the priority of execution of a thread. Threads with higher priority are executed in preference to threads with lower priority. It's an int value that has a value between the MIN_PRIORITY and MAX_PRIORITY constants of the Thread class. By default, threads are created with the same priority that specified by the constant NORM_PRIORITY of the Thread class.
- getState(): This ...