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interrupt() and join()

 
jordan gong
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Dear Helper:
Will interrupt() and join() stop "a currently running thread"?
Are the following statements correct?
1. Uninitialized object gets the default value, no matter the reference to the object is local or member variable.
2. Chaining of the finalize() methods is not enforced by the compiler and it is not mandatory to call the overriden
finalize() method.
 
Manfred Leonhardt
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Hi Jordan,
Interrupt might stop a currently running thread, but join will not.
1. FALSE
Only uninitialized class variables get default value automatically assigned to them. Local variables never get default values automically assigned. The exception is arrays, they always get default values assigned no matter where they are defined.
2. TRUE
It is good programming practice to call the superclasses finalize method just to be safe. When you override it, the superclass finalize method never gets called, so the work the superclass performed will be lost. This is not mandatory and the compiler will not complain if you don't do it.
Regards,
Manfred.
 
Jane Griscti
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Hi Jordan,
I'm going to move this post to Certification Study, this forum is to check on possible errors in mock exams.
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Jane Griscti
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform
 
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