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Which words should be avoided?
closed as not constructive by jmort253, Toon Krijthe, hims056, Martijn Pieters, Diago Dec 10 '12 at 10:21
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The question you've asked is:
Now, in the year 2012, we live in a world where information, where knowledge, can be found in every corner of the Internet. Most likely, you aren't the first person to wonder what a Java Thread dump is. Someone else most likely already asked this question, and it's just a matter of using Google to find that information.
In fact, the very first result on Google appears to define what a thread dump is.
Please don't take this the wrong way, but your question implies that you're very new to the Internet or that you're just lazy. Most people are happy to help people who put effort into trying to acquire knowledge but not those who don't. This is because it's extremely hard to teach someone something when they don't put effort in themselves. In fact, many people who try to help those who don't put effort end up feeling very frustrated and drained.
So, from now on, commit to doing the following:
Now, the fact that you're here asking how you can improve implies you're not lazy, just sort of new to these concepts. So I really think you'll improve and be a great community member! Hope this helps!