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ID: 21956, More flexibility & future proofing; GOF Structural Patterns.

by Barry Mossman Email: Anonymous


This is the demonstration program for the second BDN article in a series upon the GOF Design Patterns. V2
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This is the second article is a series where I study the GOF Design Patterns with implementation examples in C#. This time I am looking at the Structual patterns. The focus of the article is upon why you want to use the patterns and the benefits that you would obtain.

The article is at published at http://bdn.borland.com/article/0,1410,32383,00.html

The program contains documented samples of the following Structural Patterns; the Adapter, Bridge, Composite, Decorator, Facade, Flyweight and Proxy patterns.

5th august 2004: Reworked to remove overuse of interface declarations as i have found these to be usually a bad idea. The associated article is reworked also.

Barry Mossman
BarryMossman(is_at)primos.com.au

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