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syncronization is a problem, is it not?

Harvinder Singh
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Joined: Feb 14, 2003
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Saturday, February 14, 2004
I wrote this code to prove
“In the synchronized block of statements,If instead of a this reference, the expression yielded a reference to another object, the lock associated with that object would be acquired before the thread continued.”
--create a thread in which pass a runnable object of the Funda() class
--run() method calls the synchOther() method which will get the lock on a object of Harry class(har) and goes to sleep for 10 seconds.
--Inside the main() thread now call the name method of the harry() class which should not run since the Thread is holding the lock on har object.

My problem is that in the main method as soon as I call the name() it runs. I hope that I am not making any basic mistakes.Plz make the necessary changes so that the code proves the aforesaid objective.

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