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GOF's Adapters and Some Magic

, 21 Apr 2009
How to create automated Adapters and extend/modify the original functionality with default member’s implementation for interfaces, Eiffel-like Separates, Code Injection, and Design by Contract.
AdaptersMagic_demo.zip
Assertions
AL.XSX
App.ico
AssertionsEngine.csproj.user
Compiling
Compiling.csproj.user
Compiling.sln.old
Scaredfingers.Adapters
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Scaredfingers.Adapters.Assertions
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ScaredFingers.AdaptersTest
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Scaredfingers.AssertionsAdapterTest
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Scaredfingers.DefaultImplementationsTest
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Scaredfingers.InjectionsTest
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ScaredFingers.SeparatesTest
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AdaptersMagic_src.zip
AL.XSX
App.ico
AssertionsEngine.csproj.user
Compiling.csproj.user
Compiling.sln.old

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About the Author

Erich Ledesma
Software Developer SunHotels
Spain Spain
I Received a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science at the Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty, University of Havana, Cuba.
 
Programming Languages I use:
C#, C++, Javascript, Delphi, Java, PHP, and others (less frequently).

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