Refactor long methods to method classes

Classes with a lot of lines of code are generally bad. Too many responsibilities, low cohesion, or both. However, sometimes it is not possible to make functions smaller. Reasons could be various. What can be done in this circumstance?

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07/01/2020
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Refactor long methods to method classes
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