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Help using threads

 
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Hi all
I have a few questions regarding threads
When creating your thread eg
class MyThread extends Thread
{
public void run()
{
//i want to call other synchronized methods //from other objects here which will print //something
Test t = new Test();
t.myMethod();//if its the right way to do it
}
public class Test
{
public synchronized myMethod()
{//print something here
//with a for loop x times
}
public static void main(String [] args)
{
MyThread mt = new MyThread();
MyThread mt1 = new MyThread();
MyThread mt2 = new MyThread();
mt.start();
mt1.start();
mt2.start();
}
What will happen if your thread access the myMethod() will it acces the method and print it x times in the loop b4 mt1 start,cos the
method is synch, or will mt1 and mt2 start intermixed.
This is the way i understand synchronized methods the method is locked so the other threads in the que must wait until the first
thread finish, meaning to print out x times b4 the others can enter the method.
I have run a test program ,but the output is mixed especially when the loop count is big, but smaller loops gives me right output.
Thanks for any help
Cornel
 
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