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Hi Experts,

I need to implement a thread pool in J2ME. Is there any sample code or reference on how to do that in J2ME ?

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This is an article on how to implement ThreadPool and the code in the end of the article
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Java/J2ME/Q_27642050.html

As this is rather old article (dating to 2003)  I think it should not use some new java stuff which may not be avaialable in Java2ME
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Sorry for_yan the link is wrong it points to this page.
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very sorry - too many windows open - grabbed the wrong address - thsi is the one I meant
this should point to the last page of the article - with the code - there are 5 pages explanations befoeere

http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=30483&seqNum=6
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