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Response to: Your factory method screws up early binding!
That's why we call it "planning for the unknown" and "allowing for extension". If you want to provide an extensible architecture, you can't be bound to what you know when you compile the code. If you stick with only what *you* know now, how can that be extended later by someone else?
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Your factory method screws up early binding!
2004-08-08 03:30:55 riffraff [View]