Lets say I have an array num_array = [0,1,2,3,4…30] and I have a multi-threading function like this I wanted to know how I can pass num_array to thread 1 and num_array to thread 2 … num_array to thread 25 Answer Just loop over the array and pass each runnable the element: Note that you should not assume the order of
I have implemented a thread in an Android app that is invoked every minute, the invocation of the process occur through an Alarm Manager. @Override public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent)…
Closed. This question is opinion-based. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it can be answered with facts and citations by editing this post. Closed 2 years ago. Improve this question I have created a simple FlappyBird clone game with socket programming and now I am doing the UML diagram. My classes
In my program, I am running a separate script and I am using concurrency to run the separate script, and therefore using a class implementing Runnable. When the the separate thread is running, I want there to be a different graphic to when the thread is not running so the user can see if something is happening after pressing the
I’m trying to place my KeyListener in a new Thread called Keys in my project because my main thread is already in a loop. So I want this method to return a boolean if the key is pressed or not. I’m pretty new to Java so sorry if that is just a dumb mistake. Thread: I would appreciate an example.
Is there any simple solution to save data into database using JPA in a new thread? My Spring based web application allows user to manage scheduled tasks. On runtime he can create and start new instances of predefined tasks. I am using spring’s TaskScheduler and everything works well. But I need to save boolean result of every fired task into
Let’s say I have an application that utilizes the Executor framework as such When I run this application in the debugger, a thread is created with the following (default) name: Thread[pool-1-thread-1]. As you can see, this isn’t terribly useful and as far as I can tell, the Executor framework does not provide an easy way to name the created threads