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      Could any tell me how to write a JProgress bar to indicate a Timer's time in every second until a TimerTask class invokes the canel() method of the Timer? I assumed that this Timer start when the java program is load. I cannot find such kind of example and I would like to do so.

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You'll have to implement that yourself. The Timer class does not provide support for what you want to do.
Also the timer does not start when the program loads, or does it run continuously so it cannot be used for what you wish.
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