What is singleton class?




Answer Posted / abhijith thette nagarajan

As per the definition,Singleton class in one such class
which will have only one instance of it at any given point
of time...

But,it is allowed to any number of instances,not
necessarily be one..

Generally its contructor will have "protected" key work,no
problem also if we have private also,but if it is
private,we need to have a getter method to create an
instance...

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