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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of withlock

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/wɪθlək/

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  1. an identifier, withLock. Now the intent is, this withLock method is one that you've statically
  2. this was synchronized, it says, withLock used to be synchronized, and this lock used to
  3. proposal is that you should be able to write methods like this withLock method that behaves
  4. Exception transparency, that says that when you define your own withLock API for example,
  5. withLock. That takes a lock and a closure and the way you would write that method is
  6. to close the withLock invocation, and semicolon to end the statement, that's the invocation
  7. of withLock. And this is--this is not bad, but it's certainly not as convenient as the
  8. built in synchronized statement. >> What is withLock a method on?
  9. the question is, what is withLock a method on? I would expected it to be a static method
  10. qualify it. Maybe you'd say, lock.withLock. It's, you know, it's a matter of taste and
  11. style how you invoke it. So I'm assuming that you have static import java.util.concurrent.locks.withLock
  12. syntax locks.withLock, pass the lock and then as a final extra parameter, you pass the closure
  13. for-each loop that I think are worth doing. I mentioned the currency withLock, I mentioned--I
  14. but okay. So, there's WordPad--there we go. Okay. All right. So, how about withLock?
  15. I'm just going to write a simple withLock that doesn't work with exceptions. So void
  16. withLock, it takes a lock, lock and it takes a, say, an ordinary block of code, block,
  17. lock.unlock, and done. Okay? So that's withLock. And I think it's straightforward, right? It's
  18. by withLock, okay? And this is how you get exception transparency, okay? Now there are
  19. Okay. But if you use withLock and you have a return on the inside, the compiler doesn't
  20. this allows you to use withLock as an expression and have the resulting value from the closure