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Advanced level question usually asked in High end product companies. Have been asked in Google and Amazon (Based on 1 Feedback)
  Q1. Describe, in general, how java's garbage collector works ?Core Java
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Ans. The Java runtime environment deletes objects when it determines that they are no longer being used. This process is known as garbage collection. The Java runtime environment supports a garbage collector that periodically frees the memory used by objects that are no longer needed. The Java garbage collector is a mark-sweep garbage collector that scans Java dynamic memory areas for objects, marking those that are referenced. After all possible paths to objects are investigated, those objects that are not marked (i.e. are not referenced) are known to be garbage and are collected.

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  Q2. Explain Singleton Design Pattern ?Design
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 Difference between Static and Singleton Class ?
 What is the difference between these two approaches of creating singleton Class ?

//Double Checked Locking Code
public static Singleton createInstance() {
   if(singleton == null){
      synchronized(Singleton.class) {
         if(singleton == null) {
            singleton = new Singleton();
         }
      }
   }
   return singleton;
}

//Single checked locking code
public static Singleton createInstance() {
   synchronized(Singleton.class) {
      if(singleton == null) {
         singleton = new Singleton();
      }
   }
   return singleton;
}
  When should we use prototype scope and singleton scope for beans ?
  Shouldn't we make a class with all static members is its just expected to be executed as a standalone program with just one thread. Moreover Lets assume that there is no runtime Polymorphism required and there is no need for serialization ?
  Should we have instance variables in the Spring Bean which has been scoped as Singleton ?
  What are stateless objects ? How are they different from immutable objects ? Which of these two is thread safe ?
  Action Class is singleton and hence not thread safe in ..
  Which of the following is not the difference between Singleton and Static class ( Class with static members only ) ?
 Which of the following do you think is the primary reason you would never use a static class even the application doesn't need multiple requests or threads ?

a. Serialization
b. Runtime Polymorphism
c. Lazy Loading
d. Memory


 Q3. How to make sure that only one instance is created in Singleton Pattern ?Core Java2016-12-21 10:00:04

Ans. By Using Double Checked Locking code

//Double Checked Locking Code
public static Singleton createInstance() {
if(singleton == null){
synchronized(Singleton.class) {
if(singleton == null) {
singleton = new Singleton();
}
}
}
return singleton;
}

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Related Questions

 Difference between Static and Singleton Class ?
 What is the difference between these two approaches of creating singleton Class ?

//Double Checked Locking Code
public static Singleton createInstance() {
   if(singleton == null){
      synchronized(Singleton.class) {
         if(singleton == null) {
            singleton = new Singleton();
         }
      }
   }
   return singleton;
}

//Single checked locking code
public static Singleton createInstance() {
   synchronized(Singleton.class) {
      if(singleton == null) {
         singleton = new Singleton();
      }
   }
   return singleton;
}
  When should we use prototype scope and singleton scope for beans ?
  Explain Singleton Design Pattern ?
  Shouldn't we make a class with all static members is its just expected to be executed as a standalone program with just one thread. Moreover Lets assume that there is no runtime Polymorphism required and there is no need for serialization ?
  Should we have instance variables in the Spring Bean which has been scoped as Singleton ?
  What are stateless objects ? How are they different from immutable objects ? Which of these two is thread safe ?
  Action Class is singleton and hence not thread safe in ..
  Which of the following is not the difference between Singleton and Static class ( Class with static members only ) ?
 Which of the following do you think is the primary reason you would never use a static class even the application doesn't need multiple requests or threads ?

a. Serialization
b. Runtime Polymorphism
c. Lazy Loading
d. Memory




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