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Spykraft wrote:
carbon_golem wrote:
Have you timed it yourself?



Nope I havent timed it yet, how do i do that?


Look at the Stopwatch class, create a bunch of instances in a tight loop and time it. divide by your for loop parameter.


Spykraft wrote:
However compare it to the scenario where the class A and class B objects are being created more than once in Class C, would it be more economical to invoke the constructors everytime and initialize the members, even if we dont need them to be initialized; or just call a method once and pass the object references to initialize them once?


That depends... if you're using the class as purely an initializer and not a member, then yes it is more economical. Say you're using class A to initialize class B then throwing A aside, then that's better to use it that way. And that's leaning more toward the Factory Pattern.[^].
If you're keeping A as a member in C then in that situation, then you'll probably want to give C it's own copy. If you make A temp = new A(); and pass temp to every instance of C that is being created, then all C's copies of A point to the same object. Thus any changes to A have a profound effect on your program. If that's the situation, then consider a redesign. But for the sake of argument, that's the fastest solution because there's one initialization and method calls proportional to the number of C's you have.

Hope this helps...

Scott P

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