Java – Deadlock with Example1 min read

Deadlock in multithreading is a situation where two or more than two are a lock, waiting for each other.

When the first thread needs to use the same lock or wait for the object lock which is acquired by a second thread and the second thread also waits for the lock acquired by a first thread then the deadlock occurs because they are waiting for each other which is caused by synchronized keyword.

One of the example where Deadlock occur is the Dining Philosophers problem in C.


Example: Java program for Deadlock demonstration.

Output of Deadlock:


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