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This is a very old topic but one that has jumped into my view at this late stage and I'd like some comments as I try to make a case for write-only properties... I have a set of ActiveReport classes that are part of a website that are instantiated and run on postback after a number of user selections. The VB code looks something like this: Public Class ...


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Refactoring Lots of people have written tomes and tomes on the subject. Martin Fowler has some good advice. Highly recommend looking through his work, also take a look at Kevlin Henney. Sprout and Split The problem is that you are writing a god class. Which is not a bad first approximation when you don't know how to solve a problem. Its just not a great ...


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