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Refactoring to Patterns by Joshua Kerievsky

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Chapter 5. A Catalog of Refactorings to Patterns

This chapter looks at the format of the refactorings in this book, the projects referenced in the refactorings, the maturity level of the refactorings, as well as a suggested study sequence for the catalog.

Format of the Refactorings

The format of each refactoring in this book mostly follows the format used by Martin Fowler in Refactoring [F], with a few of my own embellishments. Each refactoring generally has most, if not all, of the following parts.

•  Name: The name is important for building up a vocabulary of refactorings. The refactorings in this book refer to numerous refactorings in Refactoring as well as refactorings in this book.

•  Summary: Each refactoring in this book describes ...

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