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Thread methods?

 
prakash Venugopal
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wait(),notify(),notifyAll() methods are highly used in Threading. But theses 3 methods are in java.lang.Object class. not in Thread class .why?
 
Rob Spoor
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Please SearchFirst. I can't even remember how often this question has been asked already.
 
Jeff Verdegan
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Additionally, if you understand what there methods are for and how to use them, you'll understand why they must be defined on Object and not just on Thread.
 
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