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ID: 22799, Flexibility & future proofing: GOF Behavioural Patterns - Part 2

by Barry Mossman Email: Anonymous


This is the demo program for an article upon some of the GOF BEHAVIORAL Design Patterns; Iterator, Mediator, Memento and Observer.
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This is the fourth article in a series where I study the GOF Design Patterns with implementation examples in C#. This article is a continuation of the Behavioural patterns.

The program contains documented samples of the following Behavioral Patterns; the Iterator, Mediator, Memento and Observer patterns. The focus of the article is upon why you want to use the patterns and the benefits that you would obtain.

The program provides annotated examples, and has a display notes mode to give some brief commentary on the patterns.

During the demonstrations I make some use of the following facilities within the .Net framework:

* Cryptographical services

* serialization and deserialization

* XML DOM processing (to display XML documentaion produced by the C# compiler during my Notes mode.)

* delegates


The article is to be published at http://bdn.borland.com/csharp/

BarryMossman(at)primos.com.au

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