Write a program (in C, or Java, or C++, or C#) that creates three new threads (besides the already existing main thread) and synchronizes them in such a way that each thread displays it's thread id in turn for 5 iterations. The output of the program should look like this:

Thread 1 - iteration no. 1

Thread 2 - iteration no. 1

Thread 3 - iteration no. 1

Thread 1 - iteration no. 2

Thread 2 - iteration no. 2

Thread 3 - iteration no. 2

Thread 1 - iteration no. 3

Thread 2 - iteration no. 3

Thread 3 - iteration no. 3

Thread 1 - iteration no. 4

Thread 2 - iteration no. 4

Thread 3 - iteration no. 4

Thread 1 - iteration no. 5

Thread 2 - iteration no. 5

Thread 3 - iteration no. 5

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import java.util.concurrent.ExecutorService;
import java.util.concurrent.Executors;

class Counter implements Runnable
    protected int count = 5;

    * the counter is incremented when
    * the class is instantiated and assigns unique ID to each
    * instance; the id is displayed in run() method
    private static int task_count = 1;...

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