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A lock is a thread synchronization mechanism like synchronized blocks except locks can be more sophisticated than Javas synchronized blocks. Locks (and other more advanced synchronization mechanisms) are created using synchronized blocks, so it is not like we can get totally rid of the synchronized
keyword. This Video gives an overview of Locks in Java.
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