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Mahesh Bhutkar
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Stephan van Hulst
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Welcome to JavaRanch Mahesh.

Please take a look at HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch.


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Hi Mahash,

It's not clear exactly what your question is, but callbacks aren't a topic on the SCJP exam, so I'm moving this thread over to Java in General.

Welcome to the ranch!

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Rob Spoor
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Mahesh, I've browsed through your code (which would be easier if you'd UseCodeTags) but I don't see a question. Is there something you would like to ask or share?


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Javin Paul
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with this big code it really takes a lot to answer any question, I would suggest directly asking question with some context and having code for further reading.


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