(from a thread on comp.lang.python discussing Design Patterns in Python)
Roy Smith wrote:
In article <email@example.com>, "msoulier" wrote:
> For example, the Factory pattern is mostly to work around the fact that it's difficult in Java and C++ to dynamically load classes.
You're over-specifying. Most of most design patterns is to work around the fact that it's difficult in Java and C++ to do many things.
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