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need to find some coding for the "hare and the tortoise race"...
anybody know where I could find this....
 
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changed it!
now, can you help me!
 
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Could you please clarify what exactly you need so that i can work on it.
 
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I need to find coding for this race which includes the use of threads and outputs all moves made by the hare/tortoise to an output file
any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Interesting that this question should come up over and over. Methinks someone is using it for a homework assignment.
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum1/HTML/000845.html
 
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me thinks posting above not very helpful
 
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The purpose of assignments is only realised if you do the bulk of them yourself. Therefore, if this is indeed an assignment, I hope you will get only helpful hints and not the canned solution you appear to be asking for.
Maybe you can tell us where specifically you are stuck, so we can help you?
- Peter
 
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I'm not really sure on how to output information to an output file
 
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Originally posted by laney coll:
I'm not really sure on how to output information to an output file


PrintWriter file = new PrintWriter(new BufferedWriter(new FileWriter("myfile.txt")));
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synchronized(file) { file.println("foo bar"); }
Use a synchronized block because you will presumably be writing to "file" from more than one thread. If you have a lot of print statements, you will probably want to wrap "file" in a synchronized object so you can dispense with the synchronized blocks.
- Peter
 
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