What do you call a class not intended to be instantiated

James Mills prologic at shortcircuit.net.au
Mon Sep 22 11:41:46 CEST 2008

On 22 Sep 2008 09:07:43 GMT, Steven D'Aprano
> But that's precisely what I want to avoid: I don't want the objects to
>  share *any* state, not even their class. I'm not trying for a Borg or
>  Singleton: the user can call the factory as many times as they want, but
>  the objects returned shouldn't share any state. I don't know if what I
>  want has a name. Judging from people's reactions, I'd say probably not.

Snce when are "users" ever involved
in programming problems or programming
languages ?


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