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Re: [xmlblaster] Cloning Global
the best way is to pass the global via some argument list. If this is
not possible then you can either choose
global = Global.instance();
which would just reference a previously allocated global.
global = someglobal.getClone(null);
if you want a new object (deep copy)
At which particular place do you have this problem ?
David Hooker wrote:
I have in several places in my code the following:
global = new Global(Global.instance());
which performs a *shallow* copy, but is now deperecated. The code says
to use Global.getClone(String), but that does a *deep* copy, which I
don't want. What's my alternative?
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