In OOP, static scope means the scope is linked to the class, and instance scope is linked to a specific instance of the class. Some languages support static locals, which allow a value to be retained ...
Just as many people believe tenaciously in small functions, some people believe lambdas should only contain small code fragments. An often overlooked advantage of lambdas however, is using them you ...
I've been attempting to learn C#.NET for the past month or so, and the array of ideas that seems to always trip me up is encapsulation. As this is one of the three pillars of OOP, I feel that I am ...
There is the classic OOP problem of method chaining vs "single-access-point" methods: main.getA().getB().getC().transmogrify(x, y) vs main.getA().transmogrifyMyC(x, y) The first seems to have ...
Is it bad code smell to call public method in private method of same object instance?
So I'm still on the fence as to whether or not I should be using these or not. I feel its an extreme violation of encapsulation, however I find that I am able to achieve some degree of encapsulation ...