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A design pattern is a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software design.

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You can use reflection to get the various properties and fields into a list, cycle through the list, and determine the correct output for your filter statement. Reflection is slow compared to directly …
answered Apr 24 '14 by Adam Zuckerman
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The user interacts with the View, but the View must communicate the actions to the Controller. The Controller may update the Model, but it isn't required with every/any change. The description I am p …
answered Mar 29 '14 by Adam Zuckerman
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One solution would be to publish the information via UDP. Open a specific port for broadcasting, send your data. There is nothing else to do on the provider/server side. On the client side, open the …
answered Oct 29 '14 by Adam Zuckerman
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There are several different approaches you can take to solve this. Have static form pages for each client This is the easiest to build. You can define pages and fields that are unique to the client. …
answered Mar 11 '14 by Adam Zuckerman
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If your goal is to limit variable scoping, you are making the issue more difficult than necessary. Consider this function that achieves the same goal with a much more limited scope, both for the inte …
answered May 1 '16 by Adam Zuckerman
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While I am mostly ambivalent about your two design patterns above, I would tend to lean more toward solution 1. Some of my reasoning is thus: You have a clear separation of concerns using Execute (or …
answered Mar 26 '14 by Adam Zuckerman