Tutorial by Topics: atomic



Java Atomic Types are simple mutable types that provide basic operations that are thread-safe and atomic without resorting to locking. They are intended for use in cases where locking would be a concurrency bottleneck, or where there is risk of deadlock or livelock.

Regular non-capturing groups allow the engine to re-enter the group and attempt to match something different (such as a different alternation, or match fewer characters when a quantifier is used).

Atomic groups differ from regular non-capturing groups in that backtracking is forbidden. Once the group exits, all backtracking information is discarded, so no alternate matches can be attempted.


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