i have written a piece of code like the following:
This function is being called by multiple threads. Let's assume it can be guaranteed by the choice of value for location and the length of array 'stuff', that one thread doesn't overwrite the bytes written by another thread.
Because the RandomAccessFile is local to the method, each thread would create it's own instance and use the associated file pointer.
Can this be done safely or do i have to put the call to write in a synchronized block? In other words: Can two or mor threads write synchronously to different locations of the same file using different RandomAccessFile objects and thus different file pointers, if there is no risk of one thread overwriting another's data?