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Posted 26 Aug 2010

Dynamic Decorator Pattern

, 30 Sep 2010
Extend functionality of an object without modifying its class or writing decoration code during design time



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5 - publicly available No 17-Nov-10 5:41 Available Deeksha Shenoy
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1 No 26-Aug-10 10:27 Composing Gary H Guo


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Gary H Guo
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Object-oriented (OO) is about "classes" not "objects". But I truly believe that "objects" deserve more our attentions. If you agree, read more on... Dynamic Object Programming (DOP), Component-Based Object Extender (CBO Extender), AOP Container and Dynamic Decorator Pattern.

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