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srikanth reddy
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fnrds,
i have a doubt here...the answer for the above one is 2,3,4...
2 is fine..
in 3 dont u think mutually exclusive lock on a method is wrong and instead should be mutually exclusive lock on a object..
and in 4 platform dependment means JVM implementation dependent ..

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Henry Wong
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Sorry, it is too subtle for me. The "method" could be part of the phase "declared with ...". And in many cases, "platform" and "JVM" is interchangeable. Definitely more of a discussion for lawyers...

Henry


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