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How to schedule a timer only once. and when done with the task, the program should terminate. In my program the program does not terminates.
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Many ways. Do a Thread.sleep() or object.wait() instead of a timer. Or perform a system.exit(0) once you are done printing your name.
 
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The solution would be to cancel the timer in run method.
 
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