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Thinking in Java
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Cooperation between threads

After understanding that threads can collide with each other, and how you keep them from colliding, the next step is to learn how to make threads cooperate with each other. The key to doing this is by handshaking between threads, which is safely implemented using the Object methods wait( ) and notify( ).
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