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Hi, I am new to java and am currently PRACTISING THREADS in java and i have an InsertSorter.java and InsertSortApplet.java
Now, i got QSortAlgorithm.java and SortAlgorithm.java and I want to use threads to add the QSort in my InsertSortApplet.java so that i have both of them running at the same time (just like on java.sun.com website tutorial demo for threads).., I know its really easy to do it but im new have been trying it for a long time and couldn't make it...please help! THANKS A LOT!
All these codes are from java.sun.com!

[ October 11, 2003: Message edited by: Jim Yingst ]
 
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Mmm, I don't really have time to look at this carefully right now. But in the future you should use [code] tags to help make your code readable when you post it, by preserving indentation. I've added the tags to your previous post. Good luck...
 
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