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General Design Question

 
Michael Kelleher
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I am using dynamic classloading for the implementation of a few interfaces I have defined.

I have also used an extremely simple ClassLoader to handle my whole Database implementation. The class is literally 20 lines long, but provides a huge benefit to that portion of the system.

Would these designs generally be a bad idea, from a grading point of view? The they the simplest use of both topics, and documented very well. From a grading perspective, does that even matter?
 
Chris Hurst
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The conclusion I have come to is to keep it as simple as possible you won't gain any marks, you just risk loosing some. If you want to do it as a learning exercise good for you, I've made my caching a bit too fancy as I wanted to play but I'm really just risking loosing marks I suspect.
 
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