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Is there a difference between InterlockedExchange(byte) and thread locking a byte?

I have a structure that stores a collection of bytes. I need to be sure that the collection of bytes is read and written as the collection changes. My strategy was to use the InterlockedExchange() function. However, I can also lock the byte value in the struct using a thread lock.
The reason I ask is because I want to understand if I need to perform thread locking on each change to the value of bytes within the struct. That is, I want to be able to compare if I would need the same thread locking technique that I used on the InterlockedExchange() function. Is there a difference between a thread locking a byte value and using the InterlockedExchange() function?
Thanks for reading.

A:

Yes, there is a difference: the byte returned by the function can be of any value and may not be exactly one byte.
By contrast, if you lock a byte, you always get a byte, it will never be a different value, and you won’t get a generalization error.

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What is the term for appending white space to a line when using a carriage return?

I’ve come across two examples of how to append white space to a line of code:
The first is to use System.out.println() with a StringBuilder:
StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();

and then:
sb.append(text);

It seems like this is the most common way of appending white space.
The second way to append white space is to use a line break.
I assume this is because it is an old way of printing out text, which is rarer these days.
My question is what is the term for appending white space to a line when using a carriage return?
Thanks

A:

I assume this is because it is an old way of printing out text, which is rarer these days.

It’s not just rarer – the old way doesn’t work, because the line separator is only emitted when the line is finished.
If you need to split a string up into lines, a common way to do this is to use the String.split() method and then work with the resulting String[].

A:

The first is called terminal stroking, the second is called soft line break.
Update 2015
The relevant Javadocs are:

Terminal Stroking
The print.println(String) and println(String) methods will emit characters using the default print provider. Characters are output so that they do not appear as lines on the terminal and are eventually discarded. It is therefore recommended that applications use the print(char[]) and print(char[], int, int) methods where possible. Soft line breaks are ignored by these methods.
If a print provider is explicitly passed to the PrintStream or PrintWriter methods, it is used instead of the default print provider. If it does not support the use of terminal stroking, the terminal stroking characters supplied by the default print provider are used.

Soft Line Breaks
The print.println(String) and println(String) methods will emit characters that do not appear as lines on the terminal and cause subsequent characters to be moved down one line in a way that will be visible to the user. Characters are output so that they do not appear as lines on the terminal and are eventually discarded
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