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Harsha Nadiger
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Could anyone suggest me a nice book to begin with the Design Patterns in Java.


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Wouter Oet
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One of the standard works for design patterns: Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software
 
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Although I'm not sure whether the examples are written in Java (I don't think so).
 
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Head First Design Patterns is a good book.
 
H Light
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google some common regular,e.g email validate ,cellphone validate and so on.
then study these examples.

I learn it by this way.
 
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H Light wrote:google some common regular,e.g email validate ,cellphone validate and so on.
then study these examples.

I learn it by this way.

Are you talking about Regular expressions? OP was referring to Design patterns.
 
H Light
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Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:
H Light wrote:google some common regular,e.g email validate ,cellphone validate and so on.
then study these examples.

I learn it by this way.

Are you talking about Regular expressions? OP was referring to Design patterns.


sorry ! my misunderstand
 
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Mykhailo Kozik
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The best one: Head First Design Patterns
for advanced reading use GoF Design patterns
 
Harsha Nadiger
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Thanks a lot everybody for the suggestions!!



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