What is a thread pool?

Here is the answer of the question: What is a thread pool?

  • a collection of synchronous methods created during initialization that cannot be reused
  • a collection of threads created during initialization that can be reused
  • a collection of threads only recognized at compile time that can be reused
  • a collection of asynchronous methods created at compile time that cannot be reused

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