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I've been writing distributed applications since 1997.


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comment Which one of these would be the better way to implement object copying in c#?
@Telastyn - how does the method do a better job of hiding the copying than the constructor?
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revised Which one of these would be the better way to implement object copying in c#?
changed variable name from default (which is a keyword) to defaultValue
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comment Which one of these would be the better way to implement object copying in c#?
@9000 I wish these were immutable. However there is a serialization process involved that requires a no arg constructor for deserialization.
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revised Which one of these would be the better way to implement object copying in c#?
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comment Which one of these would be the better way to implement object copying in c#?
I'm aware of the reference copy issue. These are simple data transfer objects without much implementation other than computed properties (e.g. FullName is a concatenation of FirstName and LastName type of computed properties)
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revised Which one of these would be the better way to implement object copying in c#?
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asked Which one of these would be the better way to implement object copying in c#?
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answered Specific and generic behaviour for derived objects that client doesn't need to be aware of
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comment What is a constructor? And what are set/get methods in Java?
Simplistically, yes it is true. More accurately, it is allotting a space in memory of the correct size needed to hold all of the data for that instance of the class. It doesn't "create" memeory out of thin air.
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comment Is Domain Entity violating Single Responsibility Principle?
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comment Application layer vs domain layer?
That is the perfect type of question for this site. You should post it, so that every has a chance to answer.