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This above program provided is not working. After printing once, it is not printing any thing. So, scheduling is not working here.

Posted by Himanshu on Saturday, 03.13.10 @ 13:00pm | #95539

TaskScheduling.java

please verify the output.MAy be the output is wrong.

Posted by Ramanathan G on Wednesday, 01.20.10 @ 17:14pm | #94181

The code should use 'scheduleAtFixedRate' instead of 'schedule' to acheive periodic task execution.

Posted by Naga on Friday, 09.18.09 @ 23:48pm | #91039

use like this:
timer.schedule( new Task(), 3000,10);

Posted by PP on Saturday, 05.23.09 @ 16:16pm | #87964

I think this sample code will be very useful for me. I am an early programmer in java who want to implement an application "Agenda-Tasks Reminder" (version simple)

Posted by BUN Seak Leang on Friday, 05.1.09 @ 14:05pm | #87316

The above example program for Task scheduling of java is not correct.
In the above program the main thread(daemon thread) kill first and keep the child thread alive.
But due to the non-existence of daemon thread program will not run further after printing once.

Posted by Atul Singh on Sunday, 04.26.09 @ 19:08pm | #87161

sample program given for Taskscheduling is not giving the expected output. It just prints only once instead of printing every 3 sec..TaskScheduling.java

Posted by senthilvel on Friday, 04.10.09 @ 11:01am | #86699

yeah it's good

i just wnt the code of Task Scheduling in java
whre I need to collect data from network and compute that date and generate the alerts based on that data
so wll u help on solving that task
i hope u may give positive output

Posted by krishna on Thursday, 08.7.08 @ 12:59pm | #71540

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