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Is that normal? I question if a hand is a deck of cards. Certain functionality that you have, like shuffling, viewing, and inserting to specific positions, doesn't seem to make much sense in the context of a hand. A hand may be a collections of cards, similar to a deck, but that doesn't mean one is the other. Also, I don't think having points as an attribute is ideal. That's one thing that can become mismatched later if you refactor. It's a redundant field given a hand of cards can be easily checked when needed for a value.
If it was an expensive calculation, then ya, caching the results may make sense. In this case though, I can't see performance being a concern. I'd probably get rid of the Hand class altogether, and just make it a list of cards:. Lists already have insert and append and clear methods, and can be trivially iterated to do whatever.
I'll admit, I'm biased from writing Clojure. I avoid writing collection-like-wrapper classes unless I found that there's specific, delicate states that I need. Usually, a basic collection like a dictionary or list already does mostly what you want, and wrapping it just complicates otherwise simple, easy to read operations. Again, I don't think there's a ton of gain by caching that, and caching can lead to consistency problems. For example, your clear method doesn't reset points. That leads to a couple problems:.
You'll need to remember to change the string in both the constructor and use-sites if you ever refactor. IDE refactoring won't be able to help you with that. Then, the user can call populate instead of passing a string. You could also, either instead of populate, or along with it, have a "pseudo-constructor" class method:.