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comment Dependency Injection: Only for single-instance objects?
@Caleb Well, that's not correct. Single-instance objects means just that. Singleton is an anti-pattern, that constraints classes to have only one instance. To manage single-instance objects without constraining it within the class itself, we use a DI Container, which lets us create more instances if we really need to (eg: when doing unit-testing)
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