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How should I check this boolean issue  RSS feed

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In my application a problem comes up with checking a Boolean here is the situation:
-  A class that uses the Boolean that needs to run another piece of code if it comes out true but the class is instantiated once and could possibly need a code rewrite to call easily call methods to that class. If necessary ill take that route
-  Attempted to turn it into some sort of while check/loop until the class finishes all the code necessary. The while loop seems to stop graphics even with graphics repaints/updates in the waiting loop which I assumes fails because the repaints possibly goes into another thread that cannot run with the while loop in the main thread taking up to much.
- My last option is to use a Change Listeners but I'm unsure if it will work with a Boolean.

Could a change listener work with a Boolean, or should I just work on another method? Thanks.
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Hello, maybe you can show some code?
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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