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Thread: Synchronized block vs Synchronized method

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    Default Synchronized block vs Synchronized method

    Whats the diff between using synchrozied block vs synchronized methods.. and when to use what?

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    Default Re: Synchronized block vs Synchronized method

    This is the second question you're asking that should be pretty google-able. I smell a homework assignment.

    Read this, then tell us what you think the answer is: Lesson: Concurrency (The Java™ Tutorials > Essential Classes)
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