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    Default Catch an Exception right

    Hello,

    I have a problem, so I hope you can help me guys.
    What I have:
    CLASS A extends thread implements Observer;
    I this class occur several exceptions, I would like to notify about them by using gui,
    and I dont wonna call GUI "components from the inside class A". I wanted to make CLASS
    A observable, but Java does not support multi inheritance.. is it possible somehow
    add listener or observer to this class A?


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    Default Re: Catch an Exception right

    I think you might have to explain your requirements a lot more, as your post above doesn't make much sense. Interfaces help deal with multiple inheritance - if this is what you need, then define and implement an interface

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    I have solved this problem by setting a reference to Observer. I'll try to explain my situation better next time.

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