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I know partial classes were primarily introduced to facilitate code generation but I use them on those occasions when I have to include a lot of tightly coupled, but loosely feature related items to a class.

Like, for my Context Free Grammar class (always referred to as a CFG in compsci circles) i have
Cfg.cs
Cfg.Validation.cs
Cfg.Computation.cs
Cfg.Symbols.cs
etc.

each one being partial class Cfg

Am I crazy for doing this?

Normally I like to spread features across several different classes but sometimes it just doesn't make sense to do so. This is one of those cases.

I could use regions to accomplish some of the source segregation but I find partial classes make moving from section to section easier in devstudio
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