Utility Class

I want to create a seperate Utility class -- a "CUtil" class -- to do some basic fundamental stuff like string conversions.

OK, now, I can make all those methods as static so that I do not have to instantiate the CUtil class in order to do things.


So how would that look in the calling routine?

Would it be something like this:
str_return = CUtil:FunctionName(stuff);


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What programming language?

If it is C++, you would do:

str_return = CUtil::FunctionName(stuff);
That being said, are you sure that some of this stuff is not already available in one of the many STL libraries?

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