Does it make sense to clone an object which is supposed to be immutable ?
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 Q1. Does it make sense to clone an object which is supposed to be immutable ?Design2016-07-28 20:54:59

Ans. It make sense only if we intend to modify either of the object and would like to preserve original state in other. Otherwise we can reuse the original object by making it singleton.

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