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"There are two types of apartments: single-threaded apartments, and multithreaded apartments. * Single-threaded Apartments-Single-threaded apartments consist of exactly one thread, so all COM objects that live in a single-threaded apartment can receive method calls only from the one thread that belongs to that apartment. All method calls to a COM object in a single-threaded apartment are synchronized with the windows message queue for the single-threaded apartment's thread. A process with a single thread of execution is simply a special case of this model.
* Multithreaded Apartments-Multithreaded apartments consist of one or more threads, so all COM objects that live in an multithreaded apartment can receive method calls directly from any of the threads that belong to the multithreaded apartment. Threads in a multithreaded apartment use a model called free-threading. Calls to COM objects in a multithreaded apartment are synchronized by the objects themselves."
Single thread means that the processor will wait until one 'process' is complete before it opens a new thread or 'process'. Multi-thread can handle multiple threads simultaneously making it faster and more responsive.
stud has all its length threaded and it is used with two nuts, but the bolt has one end closed and the other end is threaded ,it is used with a single nut.
The single thread model means that your servlet would not be multi-threaded. If there are two concurrent requests to your servlet then 2 instances of your servlet will be created to process these 2 requests. You can implement the single thread model by implementing the SingleThreadModel interface in your class. This is just a marker interface and does not have any methods. The multi threaded model means that your servlet would be multi-threaded and only one instance would exist. Multiple concurrent requests would be served by the same instance but in different threads. You can implement the multi threaded model by not implementing the SingleThreadModel interface in your servlet class.
Single-threaded processes only have one thread of execution -- therefore it would not be possible to have two processes waiting for input at the same time.
The main difference between single-ended scsi and differential scsi is that the latter of the two is not single-ended.
AnswerAn application is a program in general, for instance, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Word and Notepad.A process is single instance of an application whilst it is running.
"What is the difference between single plate clutch and multi plate clutch?"
The difference between a single board computer and microcontroller is that a single board lacks a general purpose interface and the mass storage devices.
The difference between a program flow chart and a system flowchart is that a program flowchart is for a single program. A system flowchart is designed for an entire system with each box representing a process.
what is difference between single double and multiple cropping
What is the difference between the contour and magnitude of single nerve fiber and nerve trunk?
Yes, there a difference between three phase and single phase electrical supply services.
This is the difference between single and triple:- single: only one bond, C-C.- triple: three bonds, Câ‰¡C.
differences between single user single task os and single user multi task os
When a kernel thread suffers a page fault, another kernel thread can be switched in to use the interleaving time in a useful manner. A single-threaded process, on the other hand, will not be capable of performing useful work when a page fault takes place. Therefore, in scenarios where a program might suffer from frequent page faults or has to wait for other system events, a multi-threaded solution would perform better even on a single-processor system.
single and plural
what is the difference between concept selling and product selling?
A bachelor is a single man and a baccalaureate is a single woman
difference between single layer and double winding
explain the difference between single point & multi point cutting tool
when lead of the screw is equal to the pitch it is called single threaded screw
By 'single threaded' you really mean single start thread. So there is just one continuous thread running up the screw. Double start thread means that two threads start from the point and run up the screw entwined with each other. For the same thread spacing the double start will screw into the wood twice as quick but require more torque to drive it. Double or Twin start often used with power screwdrivers.
the difference between lightning and a single cell battery
Condensation is a process wherein small molecules combine to form a large single molecule. Hydrolysis, meanwhile, is a process that breaks down a compound using a water molecule.