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Static classes and/or singletons — How many does it take to become a code smell?
In my projects I use quite a lot of static classes. These are usually classes that naturally seem to fit into a single-instance type of thing. Many times I use static classes and recently I've started ...
Apr 17 '11 at 3:22
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