Thread safety classes

Asked by tessa srebro

Who else implements thread safety in their classes when working with shared resources? Static class? Synchronization (mutexes, critical sections)? Static class members?

Do you pay attention to the so-called. "Double-checked locking" (notorious Singleton, for example). What are you doing?

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j m filipowicz
I think that everything depends on the application logic. I had to use both semaphores, mutexes, and critical sections.
With double checked locking, the keyword volatile solves the problem when writing a C # application.
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