Which of the following may pause/stop the current thread? 1) Calling Thread.Yield() 2) Calling stop() on an object of class Thread 3) Calling someObject.wait() 4) Calling someObj.notify() 5) Calling waitForAll() on a MediaTracker Object The answer is 1,2,3,5 .. but I would think the answer should just be 1,2,3 .. what is 'waitForAll()' just a user-defined method? Is that what I should assume? I assumed I missed something in the Thread section.
posted 14 years ago
JQPlus is correct. Most times when you see waitFor... type of methods, they are methods that will release locks until something has finished. Bill