There is no RUNNING state in the class Thread.State. That might be because it doesn't make sense to add this state. Think about it, if getState() is been executed, then you are running the Thread. If you make a difference in the Thread.State between running and runnable, you won't ever print runnable, because it would mean you're not executing it right now.
Originally posted by Ashok Pradhan: thanks Daniel for Excellent !!! explanation, now I got it.
I am preparing for SCJP 6 and you have great score on SCJP(97%) ,so would you send your study notes and materials when you are preparing for the SCJP and Thanks... waiting.....
I am sure Daniel will be kind enough to post any information he has right here at the ranch so everyone can benefit.
Is there any reason it has to be sent only through email ? A score is more reflective of a person's preparation and understanding of the subject than what they used to study the subject. Just my thoughts