Here is the answer of the question: What is the difference between non-static and static classes?
- non-static classes need to be initialized before use, while static classes do not
- non-static classes are accessible only from an interface while static classes are accessible from anywhere
- non-static classes need to initialize all class members at runtime, while static classes do not
- non-static classes do not need to be initialized while static classes do
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