"R. Vince" <rvince99 a t hotmail d o t com>
Wed, 13 Jun 2007 09:44:46 -0400
If I have a Runnable with a do{}while loop within it, and I have an
ArrayList of objects which is being operated on in the Event Dispatch
thread, and within the loop within my Runnable, I Thread.wait() until that
ArrayList is down to 0 elements within it, to continue through the my code below (should, I believe) perform, can anyone tell me,
why, then, when my arrayList IS 0 size, the do{}while loop does not seem to
continue, i.e. I dont seem to come out of the wait() state? Must I do
something to break out of the wait() state aside from having
arrayList.size()==0 ? Thanks, RalphVince

public ArrayList arrayList =new ArrayList();
//arrayList is assigned some values
Runnable studyinteractive = new Runnable(){
          public void run(){
                        synchronized(this) {
                            while(arrayList.size()>0) //arrayList is being
worked on in another thread
                    }catch(InterruptedException interruptedexception) { }

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