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In this chapter you ll learn all the terms necessary to conduct banking and stock market transactions.
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Each time that an object of type CountInst is created, the static field count is incremented. Each time an object is recycled, count is decremented. Thus, count always contains a count of the number of objects currently in existence. This is possible only through the use of a static field. There is no way for an instance variable to maintain the count because the count relates to the class as a whole, not to a specific instance. Here is one more example that uses static. Earlier in this chapter, you saw how a class factory could be used to create objects. In that example, the class factory was a non-static method, which meant that it could be called only through an object reference. This meant that a default object of the class needed to be created so that the factory method could be called. However, a better way to implement a class factory is as a static method, which allows the class factory to be called without creating an unnecessary object. Here is the class factory example rewritten to reflect this improvement:
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