Writing Thread-Safe Programs – Analyze Cost Of Locking

One way of writing a thread-safe class is to use synchronization when its shared variables are being modified so that a lock is obtained by the executing thread leaving all the other threads in the waiting state to get the access of the shared variables. This way we ensure that only one thread can modify the shared variable and no race condition occurs.

Topics: Thread-Safe Programs Java Cost of Locking Multithreading Technology DAO

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