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Smitha Ballikar
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Joined: Aug 02, 2005
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The following is part of the code for an application that will run two time consuming processes in two Threads. We want to be sure that all threads get a chance to run. Which statement at line 9 will accomplish this?

Here answer is A,D
THe answer is not C.The reason given is because the class does not extend thread . Does that mean that if a class does not extend thread and implements runnable we cannot use yield() directly.I thought its because its static..
What is the concept here??

[ August 24, 2005: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
vijaya bacina
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Joined: Aug 23, 2005
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when u use yield();
the call to the method is implicitly like
and runnable interface has no methods like yeild() and ur class didn't provide any method by name yeild()
so u get a compiler error says the method yeild is undefined for Testxx class
Smitha Ballikar
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Hi vijaya,

Thanks for all your answers!!

Shivani Chandna
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Joined: Sep 18, 2004
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suppose it had Thread.sleep(1000); then why this method call wd not help in ensuring the threads get a chance to run??

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raghu babu
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Joined: Jul 05, 2005
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sleep method should be between a try-catch block as it throws InterruptedException. But, the options given doesn't show that
sleep is coded between try-catch block.
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