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By John Allen

ISBN-10: 007001115X

ISBN-13: 9780070011151

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To avoid proliferation of all these types, most applications restrict attention to only one or a small set of generic interfaces, each defining a single method. For example, the Thread class and most other execution frameworks accept only instances of interface Runnable in order to invoke their argumentless, resultless, exceptionless run methods. 1, we define and use interface Callable containing only a method call that accepts one Object argument, returns an Object, and may throw any Exception.

Because of static typing rules, there must be a different kind of adapter class for each kind of method being wrapped. To avoid proliferation of all these types, most applications restrict attention to only one or a small set of generic interfaces, each defining a single method. For example, the Thread class and most other execution frameworks accept only instances of interface Runnable in order to invoke their argumentless, resultless, exceptionless run methods. 1, we define and use interface Callable containing only a method call that accepts one Object argument, returns an Object, and may throw any Exception.

A synchronized method blocks one thread because another thread holds the lock. Waiting. wait or its derivatives) waiting for an event, message, or condition that has yet to be produced within another thread. Input. An IO-based method waits for input that has not yet arrived from another process or device. CPU contention. A thread fails to run even though it is in a runnable state because other threads, or even completely separate programs running on the same computer, are occupying CPU or other computational resources.

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