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GoF patterns explained with java applications

 
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HI,
I am looking for a GoF pattern book which is explained in Java that to using applications(not swing)..

Would be really helpful if neone can suggest me..

Thanks,
Jelda
 
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Grand's Patterns in Java released by Wiley (2 volumes, maybe more by now) has quite a few examples.
Some may use Swing, I've not read them all

ISBN 0471258415 and 0471258393
 
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HI,
Thanks for your references.
I read the reviews about these two books in amazon.
All are negative reviews.Also have read the index of both.But really not interesting.

And I especially look for GoF patterns explaining with Java applicaitons.
(Not explaing with awt or swing).

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Jelda
 
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This might be what you're looking for
http://www.patterndepot.com/put/8/JavaPatterns.htm
 
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I like Applied Java Patterns
 
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Hi,
I am writing on the net for the same reason. Taking simple examples and converting them to Java. No swings.

You can refer them here:
http://www.allapplabs.com/java_design_patterns/java_design_patterns.htm

Prashant
 
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I agree Applied Java Patterns is the best look at GOF patterns through java language
There is one additional book to GoF's one
Pattern Hatching : Design Patterns Applied (but in C++ )
 
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