Monica. Shiralkar wrote:
Do we have to create object of Abc abc=new Abc() as class variable and then set the value as above or this object should be created inside the method and then value is set?
Edwin Torres wrote:You can use threads. In this example, a thread does the querying (simulated), sleeps 10 seconds, and repeats. The thread ends when you call interrupt(). Here's the code:
Duncan MacFarland wrote:I am trying to put a reference to a given subclass object into a linked list, and then come back later, and invoke a method of the subclass object that is in a given spot in the linked list. This produces an error because Object does not have that method. Is it necessary to cast the object to the correct subclass every time I want to use one of its methods, or is there a way to convince the JVM to treat it as always of type MySubclass? Thanks.
John Brendan wrote:Could you write me the code so I can test in Eclipse please?
Mark Do wrote:Ok.......I cant still seem to figure out how or where to put the for loop so that the whole array will loop 1024 times! someone help! thanks!
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch
Reread Jan Hoppmann's post, which gives the correct answer. If there is any of it you can't understand, please tell us and we'll try and explain it. I think lost plausible is an unusual spelling of most plausible