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Inheritance

 
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Hi
Can anyone help on this?
If I have a parent class with one method in synchronized feature, is the synchronzed feature inherited by its sub class?
Thanks all.
Rodger Gao
 
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Synchronized methods are inherited as long as they are not private. A non-private synchronized method can be overridded and the replacement method does not have to be synchronized (it is optional).
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