threads and sleep?

Paul Rubin http
Thu Jul 14 14:10:38 CEST 2005

Andreas Kostyrka <andreas at> writes:
> Basically the current state of art in "threading" programming doesn't
> include a safe model. General threading programming is unsafe at the
> moment, and there's nothing to do about that. It requires the developer
> to carefully add any needed locking by hand. 

So how does Java do it?  Declaring some objects and functions to be
synchronized seems to be enough, I thought.

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