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regarding static method
Joined: Jan 31, 2006
Apr 10, 2006 01:31:00
If Static method is synchronized which object is considered for lock?
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Joined: Oct 30, 2001
Apr 10, 2006 02:20:00
The instance of
associated with the class in which the method resides.
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Joined: Jan 09, 2006
Apr 10, 2006 02:52:00
just want add something to what Peter Chase said...
For every class loaded, the JVM has a corresponding
instance. So when a static method is synchronized, it's the lock of
instance which is used.
for instance methods there will be one lock per instance and for static methods one lock per class
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subject: regarding static method
tere is a ques abt static method.
Float wrapper takes double primitive implicitly.
can a static method be override.
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