In Java, you can create a Thread using Lambda expression by leveraging ‘Runnable’ functional interface. It’s very simple and straight-forward approach to create thread by defining run method of the interface. How to create Thread using Lambda expression in Java?

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Here’s an example:

 

Output:

find first non repeated character in a string using Java 8

In this example:

  • We create a Thread object and pass a lambda expression as the argument to the Thread constructor. The lambda expression represents the run() method of the Runnable interface.
  • Inside the lambda expression, we define the code that the thread will execute. In this case, it’s a simple loop printing a message.

 

The above code demonstrates how to create a thread using lambda expressions in a concise and expressive manner. Note that lambda expressions are particularly useful when you need to provide a simple implementation for functional interfaces like Runnable or Callable.

 

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