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What is the difference between Process and Threads ?
A process is a program in execution, whereas a 
single process can contains multiple threads. The 
key difference is that processes are fully 
isolated from each other whereas threads share 
(heap) memory with other threads running in the 
same application. Threads share the address space 
of the process that created it; processes have 
their own address.