PracticeStatic methods and properties

Practice: Static methods and properties

In the "Static methods and properties" tutorial, we learned how and when to use static methods and variables. Before we move on to learning about a new feature of the language called tratis, let's practice what we learned.

Let's practice what we have just learned

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The use of static methods and variables is appropriate in the following cases:

  • A Whenever we want to use a class's method without instantiation.
  • B For utilities such as conversion between units of measurements, sanitation, encryption, etc.
  • C When we would like to unit test our code.
  • D When our code is static.

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