I'm sorry, you are correct. I didn't notice that you had declared
MTSingleton to be volatile. Sorry about that.
But doesn't depending on static initialization just work?
At 11:39 AM -0700 7/29/02, Pedro Silva wrote:
>Thanks for you comment, but I believe this will work in C#. As it
>says in the article you linked to below, "The consensus proposal
>extends the semantics for volatile so that the system will not allow
>a write of a volatile to be reordered with respect to any previous
>read or write, and a read of a volatile cannot be reordered with
>respect to any following read or write."
>While that may not work correctly in the JVM, that is the way
>volatile is implemented in the .NET Framework. At least, that's the
>description I read in the C# programmer's reference for the volatile
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