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Joe Harry
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From Peabody's notes,

For instance, Intercepting Filter�s consequence of Centralizes control has (FC) next to it, meaning that Front Controller also shares this consequence. So if you see �centralize control� on the exam, you should know from that alone which two patterns would be valid options. So here does he comes to say that if I see the word "centralize control" it means that the answer option has two choices to be selected?
 
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I suspect he means that it narrows it down to those two possibilities and then he expects the question would include information to close in on the actual answer. You won't get a question that expects you to select two design patterns to solve the same problem.
 
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Thanks Marcus!
 
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Marcus is correct about my intentions. Some characteristics might apply to all options and some apply to only a few.

It would be similar to the below question:

Which items are an animal, gray, weigh more than a feather, and made up of atoms?
a) elephant
b) rock
c) flamingo
d) chewing gum
e) Wayne Newton
 
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