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Synchronized block

Synchronized block: Managing Threads in Java
Synchronized block: Managing Threads in Java

A synchronized block of statements is identified by a header that identifies the object whose lock is to be acquired. It has the following syntax: synchronized(object) { /* statements */ } According to this syntax, object is an arbitrary object reference. The lock is associated with this object. This concept is probably best explained with an example.

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