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warning: stop() in java.lang.Thread has been deprecated

Posted on 2001-08-24
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Hi All,

I'm beginner 4 Java,
I found this msg when I try to compile my code..
How could I solve this ?

Thank You.
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deprecated means that method stop() is old. You should use other new method.

In here, you should use interrupt() instead of stop().
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Careful there, interrupt() and stop() do very different things.
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stop() is deprecated because it is error prone as mentioned in the javadoc.
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Hi objects,

May I know what is the difference between stop() and interrupt() ??

Thanks.
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