Given a simple Java application with a Thread object, we want to block the main thread until the Thread object completes its execution. The main thread is where the Thread object is created and its start method invoked.
This post demonstrates how to use Java ExecutorService and AutoCloseable with try-with-resources. With ExecutorService, we need to call the shutdown method all the time. However,
This post is about Rust thread synchronization with Barrier using std::sync::Barrier which is part of Rust’s standard library. Therefore, we do not need external dependencies
This post demonstrates how to use TimeUnit as a replacement to the usual and out-dated way to pausing thread via Thread.sleep().
Wait Until All Threads Complete Execution in Java
Rust supports the creation of threads to run code simultaneously using the spawn function and a closure argument.