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A Functional Pattern System for Object-Oriented Design

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A Functional Pattern System for Object-Oriented Design
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Publisher: Verlag Dr. Kovac
ISBN/ASIN: 3860647709
Number of pages: 346

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This book integrates the vital areas of object-orientation, functional programming, design patterns, and language design. The most important concepts from functional programming are captured with six design patterns.

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