What is the difference? Is one better than the other? How do you choose between the two?
Why does one not need to instantiate when calling a static method?
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Well I can't conclusively say that one is better, because they serve different purposes.
Are you familiar with OOP? In OOP, static objects or members of a class that can be accessed directly from the class, while non-static members can only be accessed from the instance it belongs to.…
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