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comment Are a class's methods a type of closure?
You are saying the methods have access to global variables, then saying they are local in a sense. Since you are not talking about any specific language, it's unclear what you mean. If they are really global, it really doesn't make sense to call it a closure.
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comment Can I wrap a collection with a static class and still call it repository pattern?
@t3chb0t I would describe a cache as something that speeds up a computation (without altering the semantics) by saving some or all of the results of a computation. Many caches have to deal with invalidation but I would still call it a cache even if you are so sure it will fit in memory that there is no code to deal with invalidation.
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comment How to better define SRP and “wholesome” objects?
SRP means a class should have one reason to change. You don't want the accounting rules code to change because you changed the database or the UI or the network stack or the authentication or the logging... It involves some element of predicting what kinds of changes there will be, so there is uncertainty and subjectivity involved.
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