In article <QXGN7.687171$Lg.26740252 / sjcpnn01.usenetserver.com>, "Phil
Tomson" <ptkwt / shell1.aracnet.com> wrote:

> I could have a 'run' method in runnable that, if not overidden in the
> class Runnable is mixed-into, raises an exception.

Isn't that redundant, though, since it won't throw the exception unless
you call run() and if you called it and the class that was supposed to
implement it doesn't,  then  you'd get an exception, anyway?

Or am I missing something?