in the borland delphi help 2006 : Note that a write lock operation is not atomic. Data in protected memory will always be in a consistent state when BeginWrite returns, but is not necessarily in the same state as when BeginWrite was called. As a rule, a thread should always discard previous samples from protected memory after promoting a read lock to a write lock. However, the calling thread can determine whether a state change has occurred by examining return value of BeginWrite: true if protected memory has not be written to by another thread, false if another thread may have modified protected memory. Here, i will be appreciated with an example for Understanding the above paragraph. thanks in advance

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