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Thread: Threads calling static and non-static method

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    Default Threads calling static and non-static method

    One class having two method one as static n another as non-static, 2 threads are there t1 is accessing the static method and t2 the non-static method is it possible n both are sharing the same object.

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    I now we have two kinds of lock one is object level lock and another is class level lock


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    Default Re: Threads calling static and non-static method

    is it possible n both are sharing the same object.(?)
    What object?

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