simple Thread question

adeger adeger at netlibrary.com
Wed Aug 4 22:33:27 CEST 2004


JCM <josh at work.com> wrote in message news:<ceosom$6ln$1 at fred.mathworks.com>...
> You should override the run method, but call thread.start() to kick
> the execution off in a separate thread.  If you call thread.run(),
> you're just running your code in the same thread.
> 

Thanks JCM and everyone else for your help!  This wasn't that clear to
me reading the docs (I really DID read them) and your answer saved me
a bunch of personal (and program execution) time!



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