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Good design or should I try something else

 
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Is this a good way of creating the window or is there a different design I should try. I like breaking everything up for organization but that means that I need to create all the containers as static variables.




 
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It only means that because that's how you've coded it; you could also be returning a menu, or returning menu items, etc.
 
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As far as everything having to be static, I would recommend rewriting your code to look like this:

Now that you have an object of the Snippet29 class, you can call its methods (which are the formerly static methods of the class) and use its variables (which are the formerly static variables).
 
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