2009/2/6 Simon Krahnke <overlord / gmx.li>:
>> Also, using a Class instead of instances is faster since there is no
>> need of "initialize" for each usage, am I right?
>
> I don't quite understand that question. Classes are instances, too. And
> objects without state don't need an initialize method.

Exactly, but in my case, if I'd use objects then I would need
"initiate" method, so in my particular case it is faster to use a
Class. Note that the Class code is initiated during class loading,
since it's an unique instance. I hope I'm right.


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Iaki Baz Castillo
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