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That question is not as easy as it looks like.
Normally, a class should care about one (and exactly only one) thing.
But still, there may be some aspects differing from the actual purpose of the class.
I use partial classes typically for the purposes of configuration (checking that the configuration is consistent, and that all mandatory dependencies were injected) and another partial class for test accessors (i.e. special functions for setting up that class with a specific state for test purposes, accessing non-public members as reporters for test purposes etc.).
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