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Posted 15 Nov 2012

Understanding and Implementing Chain of Responsibility Pattern in C#

, 15 Nov 2012
This article talks about the Chain of responsibility pattern.
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;

namespace ChainOfResponsibilityDemo
    // This is the actual Item that will be used by the concretehandlers
    // to determine whther they can act upon this request or not
    public class Leave
        public Leave(Guid guid, int days)
            leaveID = guid;
            numberOfDays = days;

        Guid leaveID;

        public Guid LeaveID
            get { return leaveID; }
            set { leaveID = value; }
        int numberOfDays;

        public int NumberOfDays
            get { return numberOfDays; }
            set { numberOfDays = value; }

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Rahul Rajat Singh
Software Developer (Senior)
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I Started my Programming career with C++. Later got a chance to develop Windows Form applications using C#. Currently using C#, ASP.NET & ASP.NET MVC to create Information Systems, e-commerce/e-governance Portals and Data driven websites.

My interests involves Programming, Website development and Learning/Teaching subjects related to Computer Science/Information Systems. IMO, C# is the best programming language and I love working with C# and other Microsoft Technologies.

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