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Trevor Duersch
Trevor Duersch
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Would you ever want to lazy load a lot, if not all of your variables within a project?

Just thinking about it, would you want to lazy load a load of variables? I mean I guess you wouldn't be saving a whole lot of memory or computational power, but it almost sounds like you'd get better performance and scalability by lazy loading a lot of things. Then again, it sounds a little over kill. Thoughts?