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SummaryThis is put at the top for those who don't want to read the entire thing.
- Threads get more volatile as more are added, up to a point
- Thread volatility jumps drammatically on my computer between 4 and 8 threads.
- Calling non-volatile variables is very inaccurate
OverviewI recently posted a forum thread that more Java Threads will increase volatility. While I had seen the side-effect volatility and it seemed intuitive enough, I decided that n order
Well I encountered a problem recently that a lot of people were complaining about when I Googled, which is a lot of the time I like to share some basic console programs with only have functional java installed, and on windows 7 the command I used to use to open command prompt [Runnable.getRunnable().exec("exec /k run.bat")] no longer works due to security precautions. So I made a simple class that creates the functional equivalent of console for programs. Possibly the size of the console