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Dec 27, 2018 Creating a new branch in the Git repository. 2.3.2. Example: Preparing a COFF File For eCAN Bootloading.. 4.2.3 Background.. Free Audio Converter. 2.3.2. Working Committee on Agriculture and Rural Develop-. 24. AMC1 ACNS.A.GEN.010 Instructions for Continued Airworthiness.Q: Which is more useful: a static variable or a member function? I have a library that has several classes. One of the classes uses the clock, and has a few functions that depend on the clock's current time. This class also takes the time, and does some things with it. My question is: would it be better to use a static variable, and use the clock's current time as a parameter to the static variable's functions, or should I make the functions non-static and provide the clock time as a parameter to each function? My gut feeling tells me that the static variable is better, since the function would be less useful outside the class itself, but I'm really not sure. My gut feeling tells me that using a non-static member function is better, but this is just my gut feeling. Also, what would be a good way to measure which is more efficient: the static variable or the member function? A: In a class there is a static variable: class MyClass { public: void foo(MyClass::Clock::time_t bar) { // use bar } private: static Clock::time_t m_bar; }; The clock-time is a static variable (not member) in the Clock class. It belongs to the Clock class. The Clock::time_t is public. This means that you have to be careful with how you use it. Because other classes can access the members of the Clock class. Because of the public access, you have to use the right hand side of the =, i.e. Clock::time_t(2) instead of clock::time_t(2) (because clock::time_t is a private static member). However, as the Clock::time_t is a static variable, it will always be the same if you call the function foo() from









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