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Ravi Kiran Va
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Joined: Apr 18, 2009
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Hi ,
I am starting two threads from a Normal Java class .
The Threads are namely One and Two .
I want Thread "Two" to start only after One has completed its execution .

This is my Code , but it isn't working .Please help .

Is this possible to achive ??

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Rob Spoor

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You don't need two threads for this. After all, One and Two don't need to be executed in parallel. Just create one Runnable. If for some reason you cannot or will not join the two classes in one you can wrap them:

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