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Static and Non static Synchronized methods

 
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Hi,
CAn any one let me know, Is there any difference between static and non-static synchronized methods? If yes, what is the difference?
 
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yes static synchronized methods lock on the class and instance methods lock on the object
 
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Thanks for your reply. Then suppose there are 2 threads. Thread-1 is accessing static synchronizes method. Now can thread-2 access non-static synchronized method if thread-1 is accessing staic synchronized method.
 
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yes if Thread-1 is accessing static synchronized methods of a class then Thread-2 can access the non-static synchronized methods of that class... the point is static synchronized methods and non-static synchronized methods dont block each other
 
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Another way of looking at it is that the "synchronized" modifier is essentially just syntactic sugar for these two constructs:

"static synchronized void foo()" is behaviorally equivalent to:

"synchronized void foo()" is behaviorally equivalent to:

[ November 05, 2007: Message edited by: Kelvin Lim ]
 
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