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Understanding Synchronized Collections in Java

by Rishabh Agarwal3mFebruary 25th, 2024
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Java’s Collection framework is one of the foundational components of Java platform. Collections in Java represent a group of objects and the framework provides several interfaces and implementations to work with these collections. With the advent of multi-threaded programming, the need for thread-safe collections grew. It is when*Synchronized Collections* were added to the Collection framework that they were made thread- safe.
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