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Design Patterns Explained: A New Perspective on Object-Oriented Design, Second Edition by Alan Shalloway, James R. Trott

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Index

A

“Abandon (by) ship (date)!”, 140

Abstract class type, 21

Abstract classes, 19, 22, 29

and common and variability analysis, 127–130

interfaces vs., 262–264

Abstract Factory pattern, 193–213, 235, 289–290, 348, 401, 404

benefits of, 209

bridging analysis and design, 200

conceptual steps in, 200

configuration files, 210

consequences, 208

context of, 258

and contextual design, 404

decomposition by responsibility, 209

encapsulating variation in, 261–262

explanation of pattern name, 207

and families of objects, 209–210

field notes, 207–211

generic structure of, 208

how it works, 209

implementation, 201, 208

intent, 193, 208

key features, 208

learning, 194–202

participants/collaborators, 208

problem, 208

relating to the CAD/CAM problem, 211 ...

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