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Design Pattern-questions in the real exam

 
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Hello ranchers,

in the mock-exam from Prepared4Success are Design Pattern-questions like this:

- What is a behavioral Design Pattern?
Prototype, Proxy, Singleton, State

- Which 3 of the 7 structural Design Patterns are missing
from the list?

- What is the Adapter pattern also known as?
Bridge, Policy, Surrogate, Wrapper

- What pattern is also known as Virtual Constructor?
Abstract Factory, Facade, Factory Method, State

In the real exam, do I really must match the Design Pattern-names to creational, behavioral and structural categories, and do I must know the alias-names for the well-know GoF-names?

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Oliver Roell
 
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If you understand your patterns, it is very easy to match them in to their categories. I would recomment using mock questions to uderstand the subject.
 
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Originally posted by Oliver Roell:


In the real exam, do I really must match the Design Pattern-names to creational, behavioral and structural categories, and do I must know the alias-names for the well-know GoF-names?
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My experience was that you didn't, you had to know the benefits of all GoF patterns. I also seem to remeber the need to make a connection betweeen J2EE-concepts/technology and GoF-patterns. (Which pattern identifies the Home-interface in EJB..or something like that)
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