I find I tend to design class structures where several subclasses have nearly identical functionality, but one piece of it is different. So I write nearly all the code in the abstract class, and then ...
I have an abstract class A which declares an abstract method doStuff. Currently there are many classes that inherit from A and implement doStuff. The class' instances are initialized at run-time ...
I'm learning the 23 design patterns of the GoF. I think I've found a way to understand and simplify how the Abstract Factory works but I would like to know if this is a correct assumption or if I am ...