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Compare What  Type Adapter a bridge between two incompatible interfaces  class Bridge  separate an abstraction from its implementation so that both can be modified independently  interface Composite Includes Add,Remove,Find and Get methods  class Decorate Add new functionality to an existing…

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Proxy Pattern

The proxy design pattern is used to provide a surrogate object, which references to other object. Proxy pattern involves a class, called proxy class, which represents functionality of another class.

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Facade Pattern

A simple interface is required to access to a complex system. Used when a system is very complex or difficult to understand because system has a large number of interdependent classes or its source code is unavailable

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Decorator Pattern

This pattern add new functionality to an existing object without changing its structure. It creates a decorator class which wraps the original class and add new behaviors/operations to an object at run-time.   Component: This is an interface containing members…

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Bridge Pattern

Bridge pattern is used to separate an abstraction from its implementation so that both can be modified independently.  Bridge pattern has nearly the same structure as the Adapter Pattern. But it is used when designing new systems instead of the Adapter pattern which is used with already existing systems.

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Adapter Pattern

Adapter pattern acts as a bridge between two incompatible interfaces. This pattern involves a single class called adapter which is responsible for communication between two independent or incompatible interfaces.

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