Peter Lind wrote:
> It's unlikely to cause you performance problems unless you've got a
> huge amount of traffic - and then you could probably fix your problems
> easier than refactoring classes.
> Personal anecdote: I've worked on classes longer than 3K lines with no
> marked performance problem. That doesn't mean I recommend it, though:
> bigger classes are a pain to maintain as you loose overview of what's
> in the class.
> Regards
> Peter
So you think that a length of 850 lines won't lead to a performance

The site is not online yet. I just wanted to know when to split a class
and if there are performance problems with to long classes.


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