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AbstractAction = Command Pattern?

 
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I'm using subclasses of AbstractAction for my buttons and menuItems, and I was thinking about switching to the Command Pattern. However, the more I think about it, the more I wonder if I already have the Command pattern using my approach.
Essentially, AbstractAction serves the purpose of Command, and ActionPerformed served the purpose of execute().
Does this seems right?
 
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