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"Which of the following will stop a thread from executing:"
1)wait()
2)notify()
3)yield()
4)suspend()
5)sleep()
I didn't select:
sleep()
I would have selected:
sleep(long ms)
sleep(long ms, int nanos)
Did I go picky?
JRoch

[This message has been edited by JRoch (edited April 07, 2000).]
 
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I think so. Becuase as per my knowledge there is no form of sleep() without any delay as parameter. The only 2 forms of sleep() are - sleep(long ms) and sleep(long ms, int ns).
 
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