Updating object with multiple threads without synchronization java
In non synchronized multithreaded application, it is possible for one thread to modify a shared object whileanother thread is in the process of using or updating the object’s value.
Synchronization prevents such typeof data corruption which may otherwise lead to dirty reads and significant errors.
I am using a name mutex "Global\Mutex Name" and am setting access privileges to everyone for the mutex.
Synchronized methods are useful in situations where methods can manipulate the state of an object in ways that can corrupt the state if executed concurrently. It occurs when two or more threads simultaneously update the same value, and as a consequence, leave the value in an undefined or inconsistent state.
Generally critical sections of the code are usually marked with synchronized keyword.