lecture18_command.pdf - CSC3380 Object Oriented Design Lecture 18 The Command Pattern(and also memento Quiz Time So far we’ve covered the following

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CSC3380 Object Oriented Design Lecture 18: The Command Pattern (and also memento)
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Quiz Time
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So far we’ve covered the following patterns: Strategy Factory method Abstract Factory State Observer Adapter Composite Iterator Builder Singleton Visitor
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This Class The last patterns One that is complex, but valuable to a wide variety of domains
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Command Encapsulates an action, to be performed at a later time, or to be reversed. Turns a “verb” into a “noun”. Can be combined with the “memento” pattern to save state.
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Questions?
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Example: TV Remote
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Code interface Command { void Execute(); } class SwitchOn implements Command { private Device currentDevice; public SwitchOn( Device d ) { currentDevice = d; } public void Execute() { currentDevice.switchOn(); } } Personally, I would pass Television to Execute instead of storing it in the command object. Less state is better.
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Why bother? We can implement new kinds of controller (Bluetooth, WiFi, …) We can add functions and remap buttons.
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