Modulitis occurs when you take a C header file (or Pascal unit), make it a class, and turn all functions into members. A good way to recognize this problem is when member functions do not refer to the
this pointer, either directly or indirectly, or when the class has nothing but static members. The result is usually a poor class definition.
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