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Two Ways to Realise the Composite Pattern in C++ and Qt

, 17 May 2012 CPOL 24.7K 334 23
In this article I show the Object-Oriented Implementation of tree, by using Composite Design Pattern, C++ and Qt Framework. I will also explain why we do not use (although you can) in Qt the standard design of Composite Pattern as described in GoF.

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Volynsky Alex
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Israel Israel
Mr.Volynsky Alex is a Software Engineer in a leading software company. Alex is skilled in many areas of computer science. He has over 13 years of experience in the design & development of applications using C/C++/STL, Qt, MFC, COM/ActiveX, DirectShow, JavaScript, VBScript, Bash and of course - C#/.NET.

Alex is also interested in the Objective-C development for the iPad/iPhone platforms and he is the developer of the free 15-puzzle game on the App Store.

Overall, Alex is very easy to work with. He adapts to new systems and technology while performing complete problem definition research.

His hobbies include yacht racing, photography and reading in multiple genres.
He is also fascinated by attending computer meetings in general, loves traveling, and also takes pleasure in exercising and relaxing with friends.

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