why do we have to seal a classes if we know that it's not going to inherit to any class.
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Basically from my part I can tell you that it's just a smooth way of writting the code. If you know that you are not going to EXTEND your class then seal it. Personally, I've never used it but I think that other members could tell you more about it. …
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