Threads in main method, Data Structure & Algorithms

Create main method or a test class that creates 2 Element objects that are neighbours of each other, the first element temperature set at 100, the 2nd at 0 and use an appropriate heat constant. Start both threads and periodically print out both element temperatures so that they eventually should reach approximately the same temperature as each other.


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