[concurrency-interest] Hung progress in ThreadPoolExecutor ExecutorCompletionService when slave threads killed.
zhong.j.yu at gmail.com
Sun May 13 23:34:31 EDT 2012
If an exception can occur any where any time, it is impossible to
write code that can survive it and maintain invariants.
If we have to worry that some exception may be thrown between x++ and
y++, we cannot write any program at all.
ThreadDeath is exactly such an exception.
Others include OutOfMemoryError and StackOverflowError - they are more
predictable, but still, we cannot afford to worry about them on every
`new` and every method call.
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