How-to articles, tricks, and solutions about WAIT

Difference between "wait()" vs "sleep()" in Java

In Java, the wait() method is used to pause the current thread and allow other threads to execute. It is called on an object and causes the current thread to wait until another thread calls the notify() or notifyAll() method on the same object.

How do I make a delay in Java?

To make a delay in Java, you can use the Thread.sleep method which will pause the current thread for a specified number of milliseconds. Here's an example:

How do I wait for a pressed key?

Here is an example of how you might wait for a key press in Python: