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I would say no. A singleton is rarely the answer. If you dont believe do a quick search on singleton anti pattern. The main problem being that it is hard to unit test code which uses a singleton. A much more flexible approach is the inversion of control pattern. Basically you would would just make the class that would use your cache depend a IDataPoint ...


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You can use Memory Cache. I use memory cache to cache data rarely changes or at the specific time. Here is example: public static T GetCache<T>(string key, Func<T> initializer) where T : new() { if (!MemoryCache.Default.Contains(key)) { try { T data = initializer(); AddData(key, data); return ...



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