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scope of singleton in web applications

I have a singleton within a web application. I can see that its data is
retained through different instances of the application.

Why use application [] variables if I can use a singleton?
Where is the data stored?
Would a singleton work on a web farm?

Thanks
Jason

Jul 21 '05 #1
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