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Priety Sharma
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Joined: Jun 10, 2008
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Hi ,
I am reading pattens.
I have read patterns like decorator , singleton, observer and some others like proxy and state.

I do understand them but my problem is when to use some of the pattersn.
Like singleton is very easy to understand when to use but the others are not.

So is there a book or a online document which offers application type of scenarios and asks us to suggest or use a patterns for that scenario and the itself gives the ideal answer and the classes using such patterns. So that one improve or learn to implement patterns properly.

Regards,
Priety.


Priety.
Hong Anderson
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As I know, Design Patterns [GoF] is the most comprehensive resource about Design Patterns.


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sam liyanage
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Joined: Nov 25, 2008
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is there a Design Patterns [GoF] book written in java for free download.
i ckeck many sites.But i found the book written by C3 .Also it is not for free.
can any one help me.
Muhammad Khojaye
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Joined: Apr 12, 2009
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Download Java Companion for free. This book is also very good in understanding Design Pattern.


http://muhammadkhojaye.blogspot.com/
Muhammad Khojaye
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Priety Sharma wrote:So is there a book or a online document


Also have a look at Design Pattern Links. Hope it helps
 
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