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Design Patterns - nuff said !

, 2 Sep 2010 CPOL
Principles of Design Patterns to answer why they exist, who should actually use them and their learning roadmap for beginners (using C#)
Executables - Command Pattern Examples
Case 1 Tight Coupled Design
Design Pattern_Command2.exe
Case 2 Command Pattern
Design Pattern_Command2_1.exe
Case 3 Menu System
Design Pattern_Command3.exe
Case 4 Logging
Design Pattern_Command2_1.exe
Case 5 Undo
Design Pattern_Command2_1.exe
Source code - Command Pattern Examples
Case 1 Tight Coupled Design
Design Pattern_Command2
Properties
Design Pattern_Command2.suo
Case 3 Menu System
Design Pattern_Command3
Properties
Design Pattern_Command3.suo
Case 4 Logging
Design Pattern_Command2_1
Properties
Design Pattern_Command2_1.suo
Case 5 Undo
Design Pattern_Command2_1
Properties
Design Pattern_Command2_1.suo
Case 2 Simple Command Pattern
Design Pattern_Command2_1
Properties
Design Pattern_Command2_1.suo
Design Pattern_Command2.exe
Design Pattern_Command2_1.exe
Design Pattern_Command3.exe
Design Pattern_Command2_1.exe
Design Pattern_Command2_1.exe

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