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Exam objective 1.1 number of threads

 
Nobuhiro Watsuki
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On page 23 of the JTWI spec it is stated:

A compliant implementation must allow a MIDlet suite to create a minimum of 5 simultaneously running Timers. This requirement is independent of the minimum requirement specified in Section 3.2 �Minimum Application Thread Count.�


That last minimum thread count is 10.

Does this statement mean that 15 threads is the minimum or that the 5 Timers are part of the 10?
[ November 17, 2005: Message edited by: Nobuhiro Watsuki ]
 
Abiodun Adisa
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A Compliant implementation must allow a MIDlet Suite to create a minimum of 5 simultaneous Running thread which is independent of the minimum requirement for thread counts. So that means we can have a minimum of 10 Threads and ability to have 5 different running Timer Threads
 
Nobuhiro Watsuki
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So you don't think it is 15 then?
 
Abiodun Adisa
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Originally posted by Nobuhiro Watsuki:
So you don't think it is 15 then?


I think it is wrong to say that there is 15, from the specs i can infer that a system has to have a minimum of 10 Threads and also a minimum of 5 Timers (Which are not referred to as threads), so we have 10 threads and 5 timers
 
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