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Re:(i==47) will be checked anywhere.

Posted by Suradera on November 21, 2000 at 3:09 AM

Hi, James Wang

Thanks for your reply. I've tried what's your suggestion,
it's done checked i==47 in output.txt, but output to screen
still skip checking i==47.

Also tried in Forte for Java and JBuilder3.5 environment,
it's been checked i==47 in Forte, but fail in JBuilder. Maybe,
have to go deep into Garbage Collection mechanism.

However, thank again for your suggestion.


> You can try
> java Garbage>output.txt

> in output.txt ,you can find (i==47) has been checked.

> > Hi you all,

> > I've tried inserting a line in '' and the result is strange, why's that?

> > ...
> > public void finalize() {
> > // inserting this code here
> > System.out.println("int i = " + i );
> > if(!gcrun) {
> > ...

> > The result is very strange, sometimes the program never end. (seems if(i==47) never been checked)
> > Thanks in advance for your clarification.
> > B.Rgds,
> > Suradera


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