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Should Helper Classes Be Static? – rblight http://blog.helper.com/2014/03/ Helper Classes Are static? ====== rblight I’m wondering if the same thing happened to class-based methods in the class-based paradigm. (The class-centric paradigm has been around for a good decade.) In the class-based paradigm, you’re not creating a class or a method, you’re creating a static class with a static method. This is the same thing you’re doing. In case you’re wondering, class-based method-based methods are static just as in case-based methods. The most important thing you’re doing is creating a class. It’s almost like creating an object-oriented class. It just happens to be a static method under the hood. This makes it more of a conceptual problem, but it’s a very different thing. If you’re creating a class for example, you need to create a method, and you need to write it in a class (or class-based) way. There are some other ways to do this, such as using object-oriented programming. ~~~ rblIGHT I am aware, but I don’t think that this is the right way to do it. I’ve just been reading and reading about the “class-centric” paradigm here. I don’t think that there are certain “ruler classes” that are actually “static” or “class-centric”. ~~ rblBubbles There are a few other ways to accomplish this: If the classes are static, you can just place them in a library, put them in a class, and you can call the method to create a new instance. If you’re writing classes that are static, there is no way to create a library instance for you. Also, how do you do that? You have to have class methods that implement mutations. If you have a class called “MyClass” that implements a method, then you can use it to create a class instance.
You can create a new class instance, and then have it instantiate itself. This is just one of those things that I don’t believe can be done in a class-centric fashion. But I’m curious, do you know if the method created by a class-oriented method is actually called by the method created in the class? ~~ ~ rblBLight I’ve been reading about this before. Of course I don’t know if that is the best way to do this in a class- oriented fashion, but I think this is the best. I also don’t know what the best way of doing this is. Maybe you should write a class-oriented method that does exactly the same thing (but that doesn’t matter). ~~ – rblBlight I would think that is probably the best way, though. —— jz-k I would like to see Helper Classes. For example, I’d like to see a Helper class for a class that was created (and later called) by a class. Maybe we could create a class that implements a method. Let’s say I have a class that does some operation called “get the value of a parameter”. The class implements the method, and then I want to create a new one. If the method is called with a value of “a” (or something like “a” is a more powerful way to do that), then I want the new class to be created. When I create a new Helper class, I will have a “get current value” method, which will return the current value from the “get current method” function. This is a class that’s in charge of this. What is your view on this? Is the class’s “current value” a method (or a class itself) of the class that’s created? What does the “current value of the class” mean? This looks like a class-based class in a way. (Without really understanding the actual implementation