Re: ConcurrentModificationException in single-threaded context

"Mike Schilling" <>
Thu, 24 Jul 2008 09:30:58 -0700
Eric Sosman wrote:

Mike Schilling wrote:

Eric Sosman wrote:

Mike Schilling wrote:

Eric Sosman wrote:

    From your description, I suspect `things' is either the
or entrySet() of the Map. If the "..." code executes put() on
Map (or modifies the Map in any other way), the Iterator will
ConcurrentModificationException at the next hasNext() call.

    [*] "Will very probably throw," really. See the Javadoc.

In a single thread, the behavior should be deterministic.

    If you're sure, file an RFE. ;-)

    To support it, exhibit concrete implementations that "work"
in all single-threaded situations, *including* those where forty-
two independent Iterators at forty-two independent positions are
simultaneously traversing the same HashMap.keySet() at the moment
when a new key/value pair is inserted and causes a re-hash ...
Repeat the exercise for all other collection classes ...

It's very simple: all 42 will throw CMEs when next accessed.

    Ah! Sorry; I had misunderstood what you meant by
"deterministic," and thought you imagined all the Iterators
could somehow take the Map modifications in stride and keep
on iterating. My apologies for mis-reading.

No worries.

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