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I was looking at java.util.Timer class and there is no possibility to cancel an

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Question: I was looking at java.util.Timer class and there is no possibility to cancel an individual task. I have to cancel whole Timer with all my scheduled tasks... What is solution?

Answer: The solution is in your question Smile you could develop a subclass of Timer that stores a list of all scheduled TimerTask instances. Then retrieve the instance that you want to cancel:

TimerTask [] tasks = timer.getScheduledTasks();
tasks[0].cancel();

tip based on SUN's forum answer


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