when the forked out thread is running the task, if any exception happens, depends on the mechanism how the thread/threadpool is constructed, it could handle the exception differently.
for forkjoinpool, if the task is executed. when the task failed with exception, it will propagate the exception, till it’s either handled or if uncaught then captured by the `UncaughtExceptionHandler`. (this is called by JVM).
when the task is
submitted though, the task is wrapped into
AdaptedRunnableAction, which doesn't propagate the exception.