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Explain Synchonization in Java

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Explain Synchonization in Java

what are the level of synchronisation
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Damn dude. Study more. It looks like you just ask all your homework questions here.
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Synchronisation is the way to prevent concurrent access to data that should not be accessed concurrently. For more information have a look here: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/essential/concurrency/sync.html
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