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Pls explain the program

 
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In the above, what will happened when we sending the 'target' object as argument. I can't understand the coding in BOLD. Please explain it, why the object has been send as argument and other related tips in this regd.
 
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You forgot to tell us, what happend when you ran the program.

Disclaimer: I havn't tested the program.


Your three caller objects gets initialized, and as you can see in their
constructor:

They start themselves as threads, and their run method gets called which
calls the callme object's call method, which prints "[message]" unless
it gets interupted by another thread..

/Svend Rost
 
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