[nycphp-talk] Does PHP have an equivalent to synchronized?
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Thu Feb 13 14:55:28 EST 2003
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From: "Gerald Timothy Quimpo" <gquimpo at sni-inc.com>
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Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] Does PHP have an equivalent to synchronized?
> On Friday 14 February 2003 02:36 am, Phil Powell wrote:
> > If anyone here is familiar with Java's "synchronized()" block, where a
> > block of code will run as a separate thread and be forced to wait if
> > another instance of that block is running? If so, does PHP have its own
> > version of that?
> php isn't multithreaded (unless there's a lot of new syntax that i'm
> unaware of in the latest version :). so you don't need synchronized.
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