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singleton design pattern

Java Singleton design pattern is one of the design pattern which suggest that only one instance of a Singleton object is created by the JVM. This is useful when exactly one object is needed to coordinate actions across the system
public class Singleton{
privatestatic Singleton singleton = null;
private Singleton(){ }
publicstaticsynchronized Singleton getInstance( ) {
if(singleton == null) {
singleton = new Singleton();
publicvoid test( ) {
protected Object clone() throws CloneNotSupportedException {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
returnnew CloneNotSupportedException();
publicclass SingletonTest {
publicstaticvoid main(String[] args){
Singleton singleton = Singleton.getInstance();
Singleton singleton1=(Singleton)singleton.clone();
}catch(Exception e)
Now in this program you must remember three things:
1. private constructor
2. a static synchronized method public static synchronized Singleton getInstance( ) which check the instance and if it is null then it create a new object.
This method is synchronized so that only one thread can access the method.
3.protected Object clone().Overload clone() method of Object class and throw CloneNotSupportedException exception.So when we clone singleton object it will throw an exception.


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