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09: What is wrong with this code? HashMap & Race condition

Q. What is wrong with the following code snippet?

A. It is NOT thread-safe as a “HashMap” is not thread-safe as per the Java API, and race conditions can leave the “map” in “inconsistent state“. It is very hard to detect or reproduce race conditions. If you run the…...

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10: What is wrong with this code? ConcurrentHashMap & Atomic operations

Q. What output is expected from the following code? What does it actually output?

A. It is expected to output counts from 100,001 to 100,010, but actually the output will be as shown below missing counts. Output with missing counts

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02: ♥♦ What is wrong with this code? Heap Vs Stack, Thread safety & Synchronized

This post covers must know Java Multithreading basics – Heap Vs Stack, Thread-safety & Synchronization. When you have a multithreaded Java application, you need to code in a thread-safe manner. Java interviewers may ask you to detect thread-safety issues as discussed in “What is wrong with this code?“. 1.What is

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07: What is wrong with this code? Multithreading & locks

Q. What is wrong with the following Java code? Explain what does the following code do? Explain if there is anything wrong with the following code? If there is something wrong, how will you go about fixing it?

A. 1. Explanation a. The main thread gets implicitly created by…...

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05: What is wrong with this code? Deep Vs Shallow comparison & multithreading

Q10 What is wring with this code?

A10. date1 == date2 only compares the references and not the actual dates. Since both the references are different objects, they will never be the same, and nothing will be printed. This is also known as the “shallow” comparison. To fix it:…...

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04: What is wrong with this code? Java Collection & ConcurrentModificationException

Q9. What is wring with this code?

A9. throws a Runtime exception called “java.util.ConcurrentModificationException” The output will be:

Fix 1: Use iterator.remove() instead of collection.remove

Output:

Fix 2: Use java.util.concurrent classes like CopyOnWriteArrayList

Output:

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03: What is wrong with this code? Data types & equals( ) Vs, hashCode( ) contract

Q6. What is wring with this code?

A6. Infinite loop at due to sum != 1.0. Using floating point variables like float or double in loops to compare for equality can lead to infinite loops. Comparing for “>” or “...

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01: ♥ What is wrong with this code? Auto-unboxing, switch, short circuit & exception

Auto-unboxing, switch, short circuit logical operators & exception handling are core Java basics that sometimes lead to obscure errors if not understood well & often tested in coding tests. Q1. What is wrong with this code?

A1. compile-error at switch(i) as switch works only with “int” and “String” (i.e.

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