[Ethereum] Can there only be one instance of a contract

contract-design

Say we have:

contract TestFooContract{
//bunch of stuff and state
}

Does this mean that there is only 1 "TestFooContract"?
Or can I instantiate 10 of them? What if I want multiple of these contracts?
In OOP terms, is a contract thought of as a class? Or perhaps just a singleton object?

Best Answer

Addresses are generated independently from the code inside them. So yes, you can generate ten different addresses all with the same code.

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