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Factory Pattern in C++

, 15 Sep 2012 CPOL
Using the Factory pattern in C++ to expose only an object's abstract type--hiding the implementation class detail.


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Cale Dunlap
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I'm an interactive software and web developer by day and a video game developer by night. I hold an Associate's degree in Computer Information Systems, a Bachelor's degree in Game and Simulation Programming, and have been writing various types of software since 1999.

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