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QuestionCreating a class that extends more than one class. PinmemberBill.Moo4-Oct-12 2:43 
AnswerRe: Creating a class that extends more than one class. PinmemberNagy Vilmos4-Oct-12 3:00 
GeneralRe: Creating a class that extends more than one class. PinmemberBill.Moo4-Oct-12 3:48 
AnswerRe: Creating a class that extends more than one class. PinmemberPeter_in_27804-Oct-12 3:03 
GeneralRe: Creating a class that extends more than one class. PinmemberBill.Moo4-Oct-12 3:59 
GeneralRe: Creating a class that extends more than one class. PinmemberPeter_in_27804-Oct-12 11:36 
Blush | :O That's what I get for trying to make sense at midnight. I use "Java in a Nutshell, 5th ed". Observable/Observer are since Java 1.0 and the comment is "The Observable class and Observer interface are not commonly used. Most applications prefer the event-based notification model defined by the JavaBeans componenent framework and by the EventObject class and EventListener interface of this package. [java.util]" So I misread preference as superceding... I do remember the Event model being introduced (in Java 1.1) in response to a perceived hole in functionality.
Looks like you want to make your UI implement EventListener and have the worker thread spit out (your subclass of) EventObjects as required.
I'm sure there are plenty of examples floating around the web. (Java's like that Smile | :) ) I'd start with Mr G and something like "Java EventObject".
 
Good hunting,
Peter
Software rusts. Simon Stephenson, ca 1994. So does this signature. me, 2012

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