Sunday, September 27, 2009

Why should I use static variable?

Let’s see the difference between static and non-static variable:
Static is used for those method and variables which are accessed from other classes or functions also. If we use non-static, then we need to instantiate the class each time to use that methods or variables. Static variable has it’s scope until the script ends, whereas a non-static variable lost it’s value when it’s scope ends.




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