Dieter Maurer wrote:
Jim Fulton wrote at 2006-10-6 16:55 -0400:
As explained in the proposal:
We have 3 use cases for volatile attributes:
I didn't ask why you use volatile attributes.
I asked why _p_sticky needs to be stored on each instance,
since it is set at the class level.
It is set at class level only for one of the 3 use cases -- as explained
in the original proposal *AND* in the repetition of the 3 use cases....
Hm, I don't why the use cases imply setting it only at the class
level, but OK. I'll just take that as a given. So, since _p_sticky
is set at the class level, why store it on the instances?
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