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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I am confused while understanding difference between DTO and DAO Design patterns. I got clear under...
Mon 11/12/07
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Got confused! Could you please explain me the difference between the following ...
Wed 10/06/10
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What is the Facade pattern?
Wed 04/17/13
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Sun 03/25/01
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My C++ is too weak to understand any of the examples I can find for the Letter/Envelope idiom. If an...
Mon 08/05/02
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Mon 05/07/01
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Can anyone explain with exmaples the difference between Factory Method and Abstract Factory Design P...
Mon 02/14/05
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What is the Visitor pattern?
Mon 05/12/03
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Sun 03/25/01
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Can any one tell me , Is their any differene between DTO and Value Objects.
Thu 12/01/05
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Mon 11/21/05
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Why we use OOPS concepts? What is its advantage?
Thu 11/04/04
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Thu 08/12/04
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  Hello guyz,   the project in which i am working it has got both business layer and service ...
Sun 11/23/08
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lease could you tell me what are the usefull techniques or excecises that i could easliy observe whi...
Thu 11/27/08
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