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Hello Neal,
I read in some thread that you are explaining Model 2 Design Pattern (as a sort of introduction).
Is there also a kind of comparison to other technologies wich kann also implement that design Pattern?
I know it is a Java book, but very often it is useful to have some commets/experiences from experts, which we can use to justify decision we make about technologies to choose.
Thank you,
Gero
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Gero -

I read in some thread that you are explaining Model 2 Design Pattern (as a sort of introduction).
Is there also a kind of comparison to other technologies wich kann also implement that design Pattern?


My book only covers Java, and doesn't delve into other technologies (like LAMP or ASP.NET). Not enough room to cover anything but Java (and my book is 624 pages as it is!).
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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