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I was wondering if there are any design patterns in object oriented programming that address cross cutting concerns, i.e. I'm looking for approaches that don't involve an aspect oriented language (or AOP features added to an existing OOP language).

The closest I've come to so far is the decorator pattern. Say you have a class with a method called doIt. You want to log (a classic cross cutting concern) the results of this method, so you create a decorator class to wrap the original class. Inside its doIt method, it logs the results returned from the object it's decorating.

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