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3 Useful Design Patterns I Use Frequently

What are design patterns? Why do we need to learn design patterns?

There has been a lot of discussion on the Internet. I don’t know what you think, but for me: Design Patterns are better solutions for change.

keyword: change

What does that mean? If the functionality of your project is fixed and will never adjust the business, then you don’t need to use any tricks such as design patterns. You just need to use the usual way to write the code and complete the requirements.




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