simple Thread question
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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