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"Each process that is executed is divided into blocks of same size, called pages." "Thread is a part of process being executed."

Are pages and threads both part(s) of process? Whats the difference between thread as a part of process and page as a part of process?

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    $\begingroup$ Pages are blocks of memory. $\endgroup$ – Yuval Filmus Feb 20 '18 at 18:38
  • $\begingroup$ That's like asking what's the difference between a steering wheel and a cup holder, which are both part of a car. You need to learn what a "page" is, and what a "thread" is. They are not things that can be reasonably compared. $\endgroup$ – gnasher729 May 19 '18 at 7:42
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You're looking at very vague descriptions and asking "What's the difference between these things that haven't been described properly?" For a more detailed understanding, you should, well, look for more detail, which is widely available.

A page is a block of memory; a thread is a sequence of instructions to be executed.

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Paging is something to deal with memory management and Thread is an instance of a program . When we execute a multithreaded program it may have to refer memory addresses , so a thread might use a page table to access the main memory address.

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