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//READ FILE W/STRING TOKENIZER & STORE VALUES IN VARIABLES
while ((sline = br.readLine()) !=null)
{
StringTokenizer st=new StringTokenizer(sline, ",");
intA = Integer.parseInt(st.nextToken());
intB = Integer.parseInt(st.nextToken());
TrArray[intTr] = new Tr(intA, intB, tnl);
ThreadArray[intTr] = new Thread(TrArray[intTr]);
ThreadArray[intTr].start();
}


I am reading a file from the command line which contains several lines. Each line contains 2 integers separated by a comma. (intA, intB). A Tr object is created (consisting of the 2 integers & tnl object) & assigned to an array as each line is read. Then each object needs to be assigned to a thread & started.

Error occurs on the: ThreadArray[intTr] = new Thread(TrArray[intTr]) line
Error received is:
Cannot resolve symbol constructor thread Train

Any help would be appreciated

Thanks´┐ŻAlex
 
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Alex,
Please don't cross-post the same question in multiple threads.
 
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