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Abstract Lock Pattern To Selectively Synchronize A Single Implementation (\"IOC\" and DRY)

 
Author: codeproject.com
Category: Microsoft.NET
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This is a simple pattern that provides a lock that can always be invoked; and may be a no-op for a non-synchronized implementation. The implementation can become and uses an principal --- a single implementation is either synchronized or not, by simple selection.

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