Daemon threads, DOT NET Programming

What are Daemon threads?

Daemon thread's run in the background and stop automatically when nothing is running program. The Example of a Daemon thread is the "Garbage collector". Garbage collector runs until some of the .NET code is running or else its  idle.

You can generate a thread Daemon by Thread.Isbackground=true

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