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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.
posted 10 years ago
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..