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GeneralRe: Application efficiency? Pinmemberjschell23-Sep-12 7:15 
CsTreval wrote:
You never heard of stateless architecture?

 
I have. I have used it. It however is limited to very specific applications and your original post did not make it clear what you are doing.
 
Additionally stateless architecture has little to do with object creation and much more to do with how data is used within objects.
 
I can create a stateless architecture in C (which has no objects) using global variables (which exist for the lifetime of the application.)
 
And MORE importantly efficiency has nothing to to with correct implementation. I can create very efficient stateful code which is incorrect because it is supposed to be stateless.
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