Re: here's my code. any help on the stateChanged method???

Lew <>
Mon, 21 May 2007 20:11:30 -0400
beelzibub @ bawston school for idiots wrote:

    public static void main(String[] args){

        int newx=125, newy=95; // coordinates of time
        boolean set;
        set = true;
        String st = " Starting ...";
        String theTime = " ";
        String theAlarm = " ";
        Thread t = new Thread();
        Calendar calendar = Calendar.getInstance();

            if (set)
            for (;;) { // forever
            } // forever

        }catch (Exception e){}

            //{ who cares?)


Since sleep() is static it is better to invoke it through the class rather
than the instance:

Thread.sleep( 1000 );

Note that invoking sleep() as you did will not put Thread "t" to sleep.


Note also that Thread "t" will end very quickly after you start it. It will
take about as long as a "return" execution to stop.


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