Which keyword is used to provide explicit access of a code block to single thread ? <br /> <br /> a. Transient <br /> b. Final <br /> c. Explicit <br /> d. Synchronized
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 Q1. Which keyword is used to provide explicit access of a code block to single thread ?

a. Transient
b. Final
c. Explicit
d. Synchronized
Core Java
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Ans. Synchronized

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