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Garbage collection will be triggered and finalize method will be called ?

 
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I have some code in finalize method and assume that the object always in use and never become eligible for garbage collection ,now if the JVM closes then what what wll happen
Garbage collection will be triggered and finalize method will be called ?
 
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No. When the JVM closes, that's that. Nothing happens any more.
 
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You can try to use Runtime.getRumtime().addShutdownHook(...) but that's also not guaranteed to run if the JVM exits abruptly.
 
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