Reinventing wheels?

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It's more likely a sign of the state of Java (or the author's knowledge of it) at the time the page was drafted. It looks like the original is over 10 years old.

Besides Toad, do any bots actually make use of multithreading? I've always felt the community considered it to be a "dirty" tactic.

Enamel 32 (talk)03:42, 1 March 2019

It's more likely a sign of the state of Java (or the author's knowledge of it) at the time the page was drafted. It looks like the original is over 10 years old.

Besides Toad, do any bots actually make use of multithreading? I've always felt the community considered it to be a "dirty" tactic.

Skilgannon (talk)21:52, 1 March 2019

It's more likely a sign of the state of Java (or the author's knowledge of it) at the time the page was drafted. It looks like the original is over 10 years old.

Besides Toad, do any bots actually make use of multithreading? I've always felt the community considered it to be a "dirty" tactic.

Xor (talk)01:27, 2 March 2019

It's more likely a sign of the state of Java (or the author's knowledge of it) at the time the page was drafted. It looks like the original is over 10 years old.

Besides Toad, do any bots actually make use of multithreading? I've always felt the community considered it to be a "dirty" tactic.

Skilgannon (talk)16:04, 2 March 2019

It's more likely a sign of the state of Java (or the author's knowledge of it) at the time the page was drafted. It looks like the original is over 10 years old.

Besides Toad, do any bots actually make use of multithreading? I've always felt the community considered it to be a "dirty" tactic.

Xor (talk)01:47, 3 March 2019
 
 
 
 
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