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Very useful!
Number 3 helped me a lot as I’m dealing with a situation in which a have a bunch of helper functions and some of them can take up to 5 parameters. Even though I did some fancy things with classes, I hadn’t had the idea of wrapping those functions into a class.

Where would you advise me to store this Helper class?

Thank you for your time!


Hey Andrei, thanks for sharing your thoughts!
Usually when having a helper method that only provides dummy or trivial functionality, a good idea is to put it in a class with an appropriate name, and call an instance of this class. You can also make this class a Singleton (Google it) so that you don't need to have multiple instances of it accross your project.

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