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Jigar Naik
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Hi i have created on small application and want to use threading the small application prints the current thread busy (jboss server) which need to be printed after every few interval and should never end printing

Code :



ERROR :



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Ramesh Shankar
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t.wait() should come inside a synchronized block
Jigar Naik
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I have replaced t.wait with t.sleep(1000);

at Console :

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Can anybody tell me what modification should i do in the following progame to keep the System.out.println line executing again and again agter the interval of 1000 ms ???

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