Static - Good or Bad?

Static - Good or Bad?

By : user2951362
Date : November 18 2020, 01:01 AM
I wish this help you I've noticed similar questions quite often professionally. So let me give you a straight answer, of which I am well aware that it doens't apply to the general case. See it as an opinion of what I consider 'best practice for beginners'.
static is often used for making variables available across class boundaries, as-if they are singletons. The singleton pattern here is just a design pattern wrapper (which doesn't solve most of the problems). While this might make programs easier to write, using static can also make programs much more complex if you want to make your application multi-threaded.
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Is using too much static bad or good?

Is using too much static bad or good?

By : Sameer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , I like to use static functions in C++ as a way to categorize them, like C# does. ,
but is it good or bad
Is this a good use for a static class?

Is this a good use for a static class?

By : user3756113
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Nothing wrong with a static class. You could also use the cache, which would work in a similar way. The cache gives you the added bonus of being able to invalidate the cache on a timed basis of your choosing.
Calling a static/shared method from a non-static/shared methd, good or bad?

Calling a static/shared method from a non-static/shared methd, good or bad?

By : Jack Frankfurter
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , In itself, the practice is not bad. It's the code's intention that will determine whether or not your design choice is appropriate. When you think about it, that applies to pretty much every known coding patterns. You might as well have asked if using generic types or multithreading are good practices or not, the answer would've been the same.
There are non-static classes within the .NET framework that does use shared methods and within their own context it makes perfect sense. This alone should allow you to think it's not a bad practice at all.
Private Static Members inside a Static Class... Good idea?

Private Static Members inside a Static Class... Good idea?

By : user2671844
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue In general, there's nothing wrong with having private static members in static classes (or even in non-static classes). They do pose some potential problems, though: when your application is multithreaded, these static members are shared across all threads so you have to apply locking around them.
Since you never know if you need to make your application multithreaded, it's best to keep the number of static variables to a minimum - all static variables shared between threads must be protected through locks or other synchronization primitives. It's far easier to do this kind of work ahead of time than patching problems later on.
Is it a good practice to use non-static variables or invoke a non-static method (access using the object instance) withi

Is it a good practice to use non-static variables or invoke a non-static method (access using the object instance) withi

By : WebFriend123
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Compiler will complain if you try to do it. Variables declared inside an static method are static implicitly. If you try to access a non-static one, your program won't compile.
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