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Singleton class confusion

sriram varadharajan
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// here is my singleton class.



//first and only instance of singleton /


//I am thinking this will be same instance as the first one.
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Christophe Verré
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Did you run two different programs ? If so, the value of the singleton is not going to be persisted anywhere. When the first application ends, everything is gone. What you should try is :
 
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