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A static object, as far as I know, exists from the time it's constructed
until the end of the program.

So, why's it called "static"? It doesn't seem like a very descriptive
name.

Joe
Apr 10 '06 #1
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bob
If something is static, its not moving. It stays where it is. Suppose
that might be on take on it.

Joe Van Dyk wrote:
A static object, as far as I know, exists from the time it's constructed
until the end of the program.

So, why's it called "static"? It doesn't seem like a very descriptive
name.

Joe


Apr 10 '06 #2

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