Helper Counter

Jan Burse, created Sep 15. 2018
package example08;
* <p>Java code for the queue example.</p>
* <p>The Java counter.</p>
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public final class Counter implements Runnable {
private String name;
private final Queue queue;
private final Writer writer;
private int count;
* <p>Create a counter task.</p>
* @param n The name.
* @param q The queue.
* @param w The writer.
public Counter(String n, Queue q, Writer w) {
name = n;
queue = q;
writer = w;
* <p>Execute the counter task.</p>
public void run() {
try {
long time = System.currentTimeMillis();
StringBuilder buf = new StringBuilder();
buf.append("Process ");
buf.append(": ");
if (count < 10), time + 1000);
} catch (IOException x) {
throw new RuntimeWrap(x);