Patterns

A design pattern is a description of communicating objects and classes that are customized to solve a general software design problem within a particular context. [FAQ Previously managed by More>>

A design pattern is a description of communicating objects and classes that are customized to solve a general software design problem within a particular context. [FAQ Previously managed by John Mitchell and John Moore]."   <<Less

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What is Adapter Pattern? In Which situations we should use Adaptor Pattern.
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I observed that plenty of sites are giving examples of java design patterns and explanations. But No...
Fri 02/24/06
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I am looking for best way of designing Exceptions for my project. I have two packages: Base and Ap...
Tue 10/28/03
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I have jdk1.4 on one machine and 1.3 on another machine. I would like to use 1.4 logging if 1.4 ...
Sat 10/18/03
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Hey i am building a system that should support remote control input and keyboard input the system ...
Mon 09/08/08
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Here is a description of a situation that I'm sure is tackled somewhere. Say i have a class wi...
Wed 07/30/03
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What is a visitor pattern?Can anybody give an answer related to Servlets ?
Sun 03/18/01
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What is the Visitor pattern?
Mon 05/12/03
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What is the Facade pattern?
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What is a Facade pattern ?Can someone give a pictorial example.??
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