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I have a question regarding the synchronization of method..
can a thread access the non-synchronized method of an instance of class when the other thread have the lock on the same instance of class?
because as i know the lock is for object , so if a class contains both synchronized and non synchronized methods , and if one thread has a lock on object(instance) , is that possible for other thread to call the non synchronized method using the same instance?
Originally posted by vianyrajnish rajnish: ....can it be possible to access that non-synchronized method from other thread? ....
The problem, if any, is keeping the data in in instance in a consistent state while two or more threads are active in the instance. I just went through a very convoluted discussion in which I figured all this Thread stuff out. Look at it this way:
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