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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Can somebody explain me the diffrence between singleton and object pooling. What would happen in cas...
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When would I use the delegation pattern instead of inheritence to extend a class's behavior?
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Where can I find good examples of the Prototype pattern?
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Where can I find good examples of the Prototype pattern?
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Where will I get the Documentation of JUnit?
Fri 12/03/04
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Simply speaking there are two diff systems which understand diff format. one system say XXX will sen...
Wed 05/21/03
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I have to parse an XML file validate for correct data and store it in my data base . Can any one sug...
Tue 04/26/05
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I am a jackeroo on design. I don't know which pattern I can use with my application.Here is the deta...
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Which patterns were used by Sun in designing the Enterprise JavaBeans model?
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Why is a singleton pattern useful? In what circumstance?
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