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Bridge Pattern - Bridging the gap between Interface and Implementation

, 8 Jan 2001
This article discusses the Bridge Pattern, what it is, why and when it is needed.
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T. Kulathu Sarma
Switzerland Switzerland
Kulathu Sarma is working as a Technology Manager for GoldAvenue, a company based in Geneva, Switzerland and responsible for supporting e-business initiatives of GoldAvenue in B2B and B2C Sectors. He has been programming in C/C++ for 9 years and actively working on Patterns for the past 5 years.

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