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Safeguarding Concurrent Programs in Java: Thread Safety from an Object Oriented Perspective

by Rishabh Agarwal9mFebruary 20th, 2024
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Fundamentally, thread-safety revolves around proper management of the shared state. In absence of such proper management, the program could potentially spiral into an invalid state when executed in a multi-threaded environment.
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