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Php patterns: Singleton

The Singleton is one of the simplest Patterns to understand. It's common usage is to ensure that only one instance of a class is ever instantiated. The reason for wanting su...
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The Singleton is one of the simplest Patterns to understand. It's common usage is to ensure that only one instance of a class is ever instantiated. The reason for wanting such behaviour varies but typically it is because only one object instantiated from the source class is required and you want the resulting object to be available throughout an application, i.e. globally available.

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