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    Default Is SwingWorker the right tool for the job?

    I'm writing an application that is basically a glorified Telnet/ANSI/VTxxx terminal emulator. I'm planning to use a single thread with a Selector for all the network I/O. Would a SwingWorker be appropriate for this kind of thing?
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    Default Re: Is SwingWorker the right tool for the job?

    Yes, I think that a SwingWorker could work nicely here.

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