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Thread.sleep(3600000) is = minute ?

 
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Hi
i am new baby for java
what is Thread.sleep(3600000) = minute ?
any math formula can tell?
Thank for helping
 
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The argument to the sleep method, you have shown is in milliseconds.
1000 milliseconds = 1 seconds
60 seconds = 1 minute

I think you get the formula now
 
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There's an easier way, just use the TimeUnit enumeration from java.util.concurrent.

To make a thread sleep for 1 minute, you do something like this:

TimeUnit.MINUTES.sleep(1);

To make it sleep for 30 seconds:

TimeUnit.SECONDS.sleep(30);

And so on.
 
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Originally posted by Ray Hsieh:
There's an easier way, just use the TimeUnit enumeration from java.util.concurrent.



Yes, that's an excellent solution, but note that there's no MINUTE member. There's SECOND, MICROSECOND, NANOSECOND, and such, but no MINUTE.
 
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Actually, there is, if we're talking about Java 6.

http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/util/concurrent/TimeUnit.html

It even has DAYS!
 
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I stand corrected. Us old-timers, what do we know...
 
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I guess I am an old-timer too... but isn't 3600000 = one hour?

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I think this is you want to know.
1 s = 1000 ms
1 m = 60 s
1 h = 60 m
 
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