Re: TimerTask not work as expected

Lew <>
Wed, 12 Jan 2011 09:14:45 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 12, 11:08 am, SamuelXiao <> wrote:

On Jan 12, 11:23 pm, Ken Wesson <> wrote:

On Wed, 12 Jan 2011 07:17:18 -0800, SamuelXiao wrote:

May I ask how can I wait until another thread finish?


SOrry, I think my explanation is not clear. Because I use TimerTask
instead of thread, and for btnRoll()/btnDone() methods, these are in
fact the actionPerformed methods attached to those Roll/Done buttons,
I just wanna within the AITurn(), the btnRoll() will be finished
first(a timerTask is within it).

There is no successful "just wanna" in concurrent programming. It is
not cookie-cutter programming. Again, take the time to study the
matter before you jump in. You haven't even read the Javadocs for the
methods you're using, much less the Java tutorials on concurrent
programming, much less any serious study. The answers that you have
already received give you study points. Go thou and study them!

You are not going to get a successful solution with a brief Usenet
answer. Answers here are signposts to further research. Don't ask us
to write your program for you. Do the work. Study the materials.
There is no shortcut.



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