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Armando Moncada
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Can someone help me find a good definition for this term? I have searched the web, to no avail.


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Mike Simmons
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I've never heard of "lazier initialization" - but if you try "lazy initialization", you may find what you are looking for.
Stephan van Hulst
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I have never heard of "lazier initialization". Try looking for "lazy initialization".
Armando Moncada
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Thank you, my nitpicker was asking me to use "lazier initialization."
Mike Simmons
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Well, assuming that's exactly what they said, I think you need to know what "lazy initialization" is, first, in order to interpret that instruction. Do you know that, or have you tried searching and reading about it?
Armando Moncada
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Hi Mike, Yes, I found it under lazy initialization.
 
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