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servlet api using facade design pattern is it right?

krishnama raju
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i am thinking that servlet interface and generic servlet interface .. using facade design pattern.is it right?
Campbell Ritchie
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Too difficult for "beginning Java". Moving thread.
David Newton
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I suppose sort of, since they hide implementation details, but no more so than any other class that implements an interface.

When I think of a facade I think of something closer to the Wikipedia definition.

I could be wrong though, or the differences could be merely semantic or philosophical.
Sherif Shehab
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krishnama raju wrote:i am thinking that servlet interface and generic servlet interface .. using facade design pattern.is it right?


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