TimeUnit sleep() method in Java with Examples
The sleep() method of TimeUnit Class is used to performs a Thread.sleep using this time unit. This is a convenience method that sleeps time arguments into the form required by the Thread.sleep method.
public void sleep(long timeout) throws InterruptedException
Parameters: This method accepts a mandatory parameters timeout which is the minimum time to sleep. If this is less than or equal to zero, then do not sleep at all.
Return Value: This method does not return anything.
Exception: This method throws InterruptedException if interrupted while sleeping.
Below program illustrate the implementation of TimeUnit sleep() method:
Going to sleep for 0 seconds Slept for 0 seconds
Going to sleep for 10 seconds Slept for 10 seconds
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