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Stephanie Grasson
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Joined: Jun 14, 2000
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Sun's on-line documentation (as well as every book I've read on the subject) say that the Thread methods "stop", "suspend" and "resume" are deprecated and should not be used under any circumstances.
However, I seem to keep getting questions on these methods on mock exams. Does anyone know if they are worth studying (at least for the certification exam if not for use in day-to-day code writing)?
sasank manohar
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Joined: Feb 14, 2008
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Its better u study them to have a picture of it, if u saw these methods in the practice exam questions.

This is my opinion..... sdev


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Anonymous
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You will PROBABALY(sorry that's the best I can do)not be quizzed on there methods.However it is a good idea to know about these methods and understand their functioning.
 
 
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