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SwingWorker??

Wickes Potgieter
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Joined: Apr 05, 2002
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Can I use this class? I see it used all over the Thread section in the Java Tutorial on the java.sun.com site.


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Suresh Bansal
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Joined: Jul 23, 2001
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Hi,
I do not see any class as SwingWorker. If you mean SwingUtilities then the answer is yes.
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Eduard Jodas
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Joined: May 14, 2002
Posts: 80
I suppose you can use SwingWorker. I can't see anything against it in the assignment. Furthermore, the source code is available so you can change it to meet javadoc requirements and your coding rules.
I'd suggest documenting your decision, though.
Wickes Potgieter
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Thank you!
 
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