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Eytukan23-Mar-09 2:29
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cmk wrote:
but i was looking for a real world use in C++.


Any example where you use a static variable would do. My thought is simple. A class can continue to represent it's core, solid members, in addition to that, it could house static variables and mimic the usage of static variables as if they are members of the class, instead of the messy-current implementation. C# static constructor looks like one way of managing the static clutters inside the class. The idea sounded good at least. Stuarts had better expressed the same below. You might look at that one too.

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