[concurrency-interest] (no subject)

Peter Veentjer - Anchor Men p.veentjer at anchormen.nl
Tue Aug 23 11:03:06 EDT 2005


The difference with a bounded queue is that the item from the bounded
queue will be removed and that isn`t what I want. A lot of readers may
use the item that is in the container, but they don`t remove it. Only
when I set the item to null, the item will be removed and all request
for an item value will result in a block (untill an item is available
again).

So a BlockingQueue looks a lot like it.. But there is a difference.

 

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Peter Veentjer
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