Gary L Peskin wrote:

Thread[] ta;
Thread.enumerate(ta);
for (int i = 0; i < ta.length; i++)
{
System.err.println("Thread " + i + " = " + ta[i] + "; daemon = " +
ta[i].isDaemon);
}

Interesting. Up until program.run(), I just have the one thread:
Thread 0 = Thread[main,5,main]; daemon = false

After program.run(), I have 5:
Thread 0 = Thread[main,5,main]; daemon = false
Thread 1 = Thread[AWT-Shutdown,5,main]; daemon = false
Thread 2 = Thread[AWT-Windows,6,main]; daemon = true
Thread 3 = Thread[AWT-EventQueue-0,6,main]; daemon = false
Thread 4 = Thread[AS400 Read Daemon-1,5,main]; daemon = true

and then, after disconnectAllServices(), I have 4:
Thread 0 = Thread[main,5,main]; daemon = false
Thread 1 = Thread[AWT-Shutdown,5,main]; daemon = false
Thread 2 = Thread[AWT-Windows,6,main]; daemon = true
Thread 3 = Thread[AWT-EventQueue-0,6,main]; daemon = false

That doesn't tell me a whole lot (a consequence, I suppose, of my not being a Java expert); does anybody else see anything?


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