FAQ: Threading: Lesson - Implementing the Runnable Interface

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I don’t think this is a correct output. But it was accepted at step 2!

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Done!
Done!
Answer: It could very well be!
Answer: Signs point to yes!
Done!
Answer: Signs point to yes!
Done!
Done!
Done!
Answer: Certainly!
Answer: No opinion
Answer: It could very well be!
Done!
Answer: Certainly!
Done!
Done!
Answer: Answer is a little cloudy. Try again.
Answer: No opinion

Later on, the terminal returned an error at step 5, but I couldn’t look at what my code is supposed to look like because, once again, my code got a green check mark. It upsets me

Generally speaking, I still can’t implement any threading in my Java programs. I hardly took in any information. The way Learn Intermediate Java explains it, it’s confusing in the extreme :confounded: