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    What is volatile keyword in Java?

    What is volatile keyword in Java?

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    The volatile keyword in Java is poorly documented, poorly understood, and rarely used.volatile is used to indicate that a variable's value will be modified by different threads.

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    Volatile variable in Java is a special variable which is used to signal threads, compiler that this particular variables values is going to be updated by multiple thread inside Java application. By making a variable volatile using volatile keyword in Java,application programmer ensures that its value should always been read from main memory and thread should not used cached value of that variable from there own stack.
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    The value of this variable will never be cached thread-locally: all reads and writes will go straight to "main memory"; Access to the variable acts as though it is enclosed in a synchronized block, synchronized on itself.

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