Singleton Design Pattern

Singleton is one of the creational design pattern that allows you to ensure that a class has only one instance, while providing a global access point to this instance.

Make the single instance object class responsible for creation, initialization, access, and execution. Declare the instance as a member of private static data. Provides a public static member function that encapsulates all initialization code and provides access to the instance.

The client calls the access function (using the class name and the scope resolution operator) whenever a reference to the single instance is required.

The singleton should be considered only if the following three criteria are met:

Single instance ownership cannot reasonably be assigned
Lazy initialization is desirable
Global access is not provided otherwise

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By Yuuma



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