Singleton is a most widely used design pattern. If a class has and only has one instance at every moment, we call this design as singleton. For example, for class Mouse (not a animal mouse), we should design it in singleton.

You job is to implement a getInstance method for given class, return the same instance of this class every time you call this method.


In Java:

A a = A.getInstance();
A b = A.getInstance();

a should equal to b.


If we call getInstance concurrently, can you make sure your code could run correctly?

Code - Java

class Solution {
     * @return: The same instance of this class every time
    private static Solution solution = new Solution();

    private Solution() {

    public static Solution getInstance() {
        return solution;