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J2SE

The java.util.concurrent library added a little gem of a class, TimeUnit, which is well worth knowing a bit about. The class is used in java.util.concurrent to inform time-based methods how a given timing parameter should be interpreted. This class, however, can breathe readability back into an API that would otherwise be tough to eyeball. Consider an example from the Timing Framework project....
on Oct 21, 2011