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Dependency Injection would be a good reason to perform the call to the static method. Assuming that the concrete implementation of SomeClass has an inheritance chain or is themthe implementation of another class. You could use a mock of an object, pass that it for testing purposes to insure that your method does what it is supposed to, and then reports on that status.

Dependency Injection would be a good reason to perform the call to the static method. Assuming that the concrete implementation of SomeClass has an inheritance chain or is them implementation of another class. You could use a mock of an object, pass that it for testing purposes to insure that your method does what it is supposed to, and then reports on that status.

Dependency Injection would be a good reason to perform the call to the static method. Assuming that the concrete implementation of SomeClass has an inheritance chain or is the implementation of another class. You could use a mock of an object, pass that it for testing purposes to insure that your method does what it is supposed to, and then reports on that status.

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Dependency Injection would be a good reason to perform the call to the static method. Assuming that the concrete implementation of SomeClass has an inheritance chain or is them implementation of another class. You could use a mock of an object, pass that it for testing purposes to insure that your method does what it is supposed to, and then reports on that status.