Re: almost ther ... om, is this an ok way ...?

Lew <lew@lewscanon.nospam>
Tue, 19 Jun 2007 14:10:34 -0400
beelzibub @ bawston school for idiots wrote:

        Thread t = new Thread();


Lew wrote:

have no effect except to create and immediately kill the Thread 't'.
You should get rid of the creation and reference to the Thread 't'.

beelzibub @ bawston school for idiots wrote:

... sorry, i copied over the file and forgot to take them. how do you
propse i start the thread? or is it needed at all?

Start what thread? Needed to do what?

Since the cited code does absolutely nothing except start and kill an "empty"
Thread we have no clue to your intent. What did you hope to accomplish?

Given that that code fragment has survived weeks of advice as to its
uselessness and likely extraneousness, your explanation that you "forgot"
comes across as disingenuous. People give you advice on the assumption that
you are serious in seeking it, and that you will at least make an attempt to
evaluate the advice. Furthermore I have asked you point-blank about this code
fragment, what, five times before you deigned to respond to the question?

Disingenuous. Don't expect people to be enthusiastic about helping you with
your behaviors. If you are serious about obtaining advice here, be diligent
about evaluating what you're told, and providing feedback back to the group.
Many have called you to account for this type of rudeness and the best you do
is provide tangential responses, if any, while continuing to evince the
behaviors that call down the criticism upon you.


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