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Ankur Jain Kothari
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How do i create four threads and each thread calculating the cube root of a different number?


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Ankit Garg
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There are many ways of doing it. Did you try to write some code by yourself?? Here's a structure of a program that can do it


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Ankur Jain Kothari
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ya thanks....i did it this way ? now i want to search a text file on the computer which has the four numbers...how can i do it? i dont want to store the file in the root of the web dir....
Ankit Garg
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So this has become a completely different question now. If the question is about reading a file from a web application, then the SCJP forum is not the appropriate place for this question. Start a new topic in a more appropriate forum...
Ankur Jain Kothari
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sorry.....its not the web directory....i dont want to store the text file in the root directory of the application.....not the web directory...how do i search the whole computer for the text file named cube.txt?
Henry Wong
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Ankur Jain Kothari wrote:how do i search the whole computer for the text file named cube.txt?


Please show us what you did so far, and what problems you are having, and we can give you a hint in the right direction.

Henry


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