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Posted 22 Apr 2009

Understanding Factory Method and Abstract Factory Patterns

, 24 Apr 2013
A simplified explanation of Factory Method and Abstract Factory Patterns with sample C++ code.

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Virendra Kulkarni
Technical Lead Persistent Systems Ltd.
India India
I am currently working as a Tech Lead for VC++ projects. My role is to Design applications and to make them extensible and very easy to maintain. I use lot of design patterns into my work to design applications. I would like to share the knowledge gained while using these patterns with everybody.

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