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'wait()' while not synced

Reports calls to wait() not made inside a corresponding synchronized statement or synchronized method.

Calling wait() on an object without holding a lock on that object will result in an IllegalMonitorStateException being thrown. Such a construct is not necessarily an error, as the necessary lock may be acquired before the containing method is called, but its worth looking at.

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Last modified: 13 July 2023