Waiting for Another Thread With CountDownLatch

CountDownLatch is an easy way to wait until another thread has finished a task. The CountDownLatch is initialized by the number of threads we need to wait for. After a thread has finished its task, it calls countDown, counting down the countdown. A thread can wait until the countdown reaches zero by calling await. We will see how to use it by looking at two real-life examples.

How to Use CountDownLatch: Waiting for Initialization

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