Pattern Languages and Oberon 
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 Pattern Languages and Oberon

Hello Oberon-freak

The interest in Pattern Languages is growing within the C, Smalltalk
and CLOS communities. A design pattern is a recurring design structure,
like the Model-View-controller. For a good introduction to Patterns see
the book of the gang-of-4 "Design Patterns: elements of object-oriented
software architecture" (E. Gamma et al., Addison-Wesley, 1994). It
presents
a catalogue of design patterns like Factory, Composite, Command,
Observer,
Srategy, Visitor, Proxy, etc..

My question to you, oberon programmer, is:
What do you think about design patterns?
I know that it seems strange to ask this question to a specific language
communities, because design patterns are, in principle, language
independent,
and shouldn't be discuss differently in different communities. But is it
really the case?
- Do you use design patterns? Which ones? For what? In which context?
- Do you use them for design, documentation, discussions within your team?



Sat, 28 Jun 1997 17:49:17 GMT  
 
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