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Creational Patterns: The Abstract Factory CSE 335 Spring 2008 E. Kraemer
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Creational Patterns Abstract instantiation process Makes system independent of how its objects are created composed represented Encapsulates knowledge about which concrete classes the system uses Hides how instances of these classes are created and put together
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Abstract Factory Provide an interface for creating families of related or dependent objects without specifying their concrete classes
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Example that would benefit from Abstract Factory { comp.Add(new MemoryTypeA); comp.Add(new CPUTypeA); comp.Add(new ModemTypeA); } ComputerModelA MemoryType A CPUTypeA ModemTypeA What if I want to build a Computer of Model B with Model B Memory,CPU and Modem?
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ComputerFactory createComputer() createMemory() createCPU() createModem() CompFactoryB createComputer() createMemory() createCPU() createModem() CompFactoryA createComputer() createMemory()
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