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Dear friends,
Why does the program not produce any output on running?
public class Base extends Thread{
public static ThreadGroup group = new ThreadGroup("gprs");
public static void main( String []args){
Thread th1 = new Thread(group, "Thread1");
Thread th2 = new Thread(group, "Thread2");
th1.start();
th2.start();
}
public synchronized void run(){
System.out.println(" Threads ! Please Stop ");
try{
group.wait();
}
catch(InterruptedException ie){}
}
}
----Sandy
 
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That is because you are not calling the run method which you overrided, but the run method in class Thread. You are creating two threads (Thread class objects)and calling start. Instead, try creating your class object and call start() which will execute the run and print " Threads ! Please Stop "
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