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11. Façade

Dmitri Nesteruk1  
St. Petersburg, c.St-Petersburg, Russia

First of all, let’s get the linguistic issue out of the way: that little curve under the letter Ç is called a cedilla, and the letter itself is pronounced as an S, so the word façade is pronounced as “fah-saad.” The particularly pedantic among you are welcome to use the letter ç in your code, since compilers treat this just fine.1

Now, about the pattern itself… Essentially, the best analogy I can think of is a typical house. When you buy a house, you generally care about the exterior and the interior. You ...

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