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Wrong question?(Epractize)  RSS feed

 
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Wich of the following is TRUE about synchronized methos:
Choice A: Static methods cannot be synchronized
Choice B: A class can have both synchronized and non synchronized methods
Choice C: A abstract method can be synchronized.

I answered B and the Epractize mock is saiyng answer A is the right one
Wich one is the right one?
 
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Yes you replied correctly, Answer B is correct.

Option A is wrong because static methods can be synchronized. There is a java.lang.Class object corresponding to every class and static methods are synchronized on them.
 
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We really sorry about this error. We will correct this answer immediately and new updated exe will be available tomorrow.

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