When you need to share code between Solidity Contracts, it's time to utilize Libraries.
Libraries are a great place to store functions that are common to many Smart Contracts. These functions can range from re-usable math functions to contract patterns and permissions.
Using libraries can:
Reduce new code, limiting the opportunity for bugs.
Save development time by not re-inventing the wheel.
Secure your contracts with audited code and best practices.
*Save gas on deployments by making use of already deployed code.
*Saving gas depends on how you use the library. Libraries can be deployed on their own, like contracts, and they can also be compiled into the contract bytecode directly.
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