Bhupinder Verma wrote:It sound funny that I am replying on this post after so long, but it may be helpful to someone else stuck with similar sort of problem.
Any feedback is highly appreciated.
Sanjana Senthil wrote:
Hey everyone, I keep getting a syntax error for the else statement....i'm pretty sure my curly brackets are fine .....help would be very appreciated!
Vaibhav Gargs wrote:
Hi Campbell, I am not sure if any such CPU exists but since these are some special instructions such as CAS etc. which made me think that these instructions will be supported by all CPUs or not?
Arun Singh Raaj wrote:what kind of lock system does AtomicInteger uses?
John Losty wrote:
Then at runtime, order of evaluation is always left to right: ...
also this isn't clear to me as at some point he stopped evaluating from left to right and first evaluated inside brackets.
John Losty wrote:How do you apply it?
in this case (after respecting parens, precedence, and assoc), requires that the left operand be evaluated before the right operand.