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Tip: Making a Java List Thread Safe

The java.util.list is not thread safe by default. Learn a quick workaround to make your list thread safe.


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The java.util.list is not thread safe by default. There can be situations where you would want to use the list in a multithreaded environment for processing.

An effective mechanism is to use Collections.synchronizedList(ordinaryList) where ordinaryList is a normal list. The return value of this invocation is a thread safe list which can be used as desired.

// Creating a safeList that will be thread safe
List safeList = Collections.synchronizedList(ordinaryList);


 

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Sridhar M S. is a Java developer from Bangalore, India. He holds a master's degree in Computer Science.
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