The following screenshot shows the result of an execution of this example. You can see how the FileSearch object ends its execution when it detects that it has been interrupted.
In this example, we use Java exceptions to control the interruption of a thread. When you run the example, the program starts going through folders by checking whether they have the file or not. For example, if you enter in the \b\c\d folder, the program will have three recursive calls to the directoryProcess() method. When it detects that it has been interrupted, it throws an InterruptedException exception and continues the execution in the run()