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There are different types of synchronization in Java. Some of these types of synchronization include:

  • Synchronization on a single object
  • Synchronization on multiple objects
  • Synchronization on multiple objects with operations
  • Synchronization on shared resources
  • Synchronization using monitors
  • Synchronization using monitors with actions
  • Atomic Operations
  • Weakly consistent operations

If you are using synchronization primitives, you need to make sure that they are properly synchronized. If the code is not synchronized properly, it will lead to race conditions and deadlocks.

Synchronization examples in Java:

  • Monitor: synchronized(object)
  • Waiters: synchronized(object1) {
  • }
  • Readers: synchronized(object1) {
  • }

Synchronization is a mechanism that allows threads to communicate with each other. Synchronization methods allow the threads to enter and exit the synchronized block safely without any risk of corruption or data loss. The synchronization methods are divided into two categories: monitor and critical sections, which are both based on mutual exclusion.

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