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Can this be a case of deadlock ?And how to determine it output ?  RSS feed

 
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Yes it is ...try the following code



Getting a deadlock is very unlikely to happen so usually..you will get an output under normal condition. Here by putting sleep method in .I am making it more probable for a deadlock to happen. I many situations..even without a sleep() method..the thread scheduler can behave in such way..that creates deadlock situation.
 
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