The difference between a synced block and a synced method is simply one of notational convenience.
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A. When the application is run, thread hp1 will execute; threads hp2 and hp3 will never get the CPU.
B. When the application is run, all three threads (hp1, hp2, and hp3) will get to execute, taking time-sliced turns in the CPU.
C. Either A or B will be true, depending on the underlying platform.
So is it always true that if all the points along the border of a bounding rectangle converge then all the points on the interior also converge? Has this been proved mathematically?
If a non-zero number of columns has been set, the width is set to the columns multiplied by the column width.