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Posted 17 Aug 2006

Design Patterns: Command Pattern

, 16 May 2007
Commands are useful tools when dealing with behaviors in objects. By making the request to an object, a Command object, and storing the command in an Invoker object, we can modify and keep historical records of different actions performed on an object.
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