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    Default Single Instance of a class

    Singleton Design Pattern creates only one instance of a class per JVM. Is there any other way to create ONLY one instance of a class?


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    Default Re: Single Instance of a class

    For all intensive purposes yes.

    just make the constructors private.
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    Default Re: Single Instance of a class

    Quote Originally Posted by tcstcs View Post
    Singleton Design Pattern creates only one instance of a class per JVM. Is there any other way to create ONLY one instance of a class?
    You mean besides Singleton Pattern? Basically the idea is a private constructor and some methods to access the instance, but I 'm not quite sure that I understand your question.
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