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Hi,

I want to add a threat to my program but i dont know how to do it:

i have time string in my program and i want the threat to start from 0, and everytime it increase by 1 and look if there is something with the time 1 and it have to do something, and then it goes to 2 and look again and so on...

the problem is that i am parsing/binding my time string from a xml file as follow:

  if(e.getSource() == menuItem1){
            int returnVal = fc2.showOpenDialog(GUI.this);
            if (returnVal == JFileChooser.APPROVE_OPTION) {
               
                try {
                    File file2 = fc2.getSelectedFile();
                    System.out.println("Opening:"+file2.getName());
                    binder.xml.Annotations annotation = binder.xml.AnnotationsUnmarshaller.unmarshal(file2, false);
                   
                    List annotationlist = annotation.getAnnotationList();
                    for (Iterator i = annotationlist.iterator(); i.hasNext(); ) {
                        binder.xml.Annotation annotation2 = (binder.xml.Annotation)i.next();
                       
                       
                        if(annotation2.getType().equals("human")){
                            numberofhumans++;
                                             
                            h_id = annotation2.getId();
                            h_starttime = annotation2.getStarttime();
                            h_endtime = annotation2.getEndtime();
                           
                            List video = annotation2.getVideo_propertiesList();
                            for (Iterator j = video.iterator(); j.hasNext(); ) {
                                binder.xml.Video_properties video2 = (binder.xml.Video_properties)j.next();
                               
                                h_is_visible = video2.getIs_visible();
                            }
                           
                            List audio = annotation2.getAudio_propertiesList();
                            for (Iterator j = audio.iterator(); j.hasNext(); ) {
                                binder.xml.Audio_properties audio2 = (binder.xml.Audio_properties)j.next();
                               
                                h_makes_sound = audio2.getMakes_sound();
                                h_sound_volume = audio2.getSound_volume();
                               
                            }
             
                        }



so if h_starttime = 0 it will contrinue if not it goes to 1  and look for starttime 1 and so on..


ragards,
kimos
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