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Threas - Object Locks Question

Vidyavathi saravanan
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This is one of the questions from K&B.

Assume u have a class that holds two private variables: 'a' and 'b'. Which of the following pairs can prevent concurrent access problems in that class.?



Answers: B and F
My question is why not E ?
Joe Borderi
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Go ask your compiler.
Henry Wong
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My question is why not E ?


Simply, Choice E is not valid Java syntax.

Henry


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