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Clean Code A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship - nested classes

Tomasz Prus
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I often have problem with refactoring some one class which has a lot of nested classes for example in Swing application. What is your advise: strict encapsulation that lead to very long code in one file or extracting nested classes to seperate files and keep references between them?
 
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