Coding Dynamic Behavior with the Strategy Pattern

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One of the benefits of object-oriented design is the ability for objects to share some behaviors while simultaneously differing in others. Typically, this is achieved through inheritance — when many subclasses inherit properties from a parent class but can optionally override certain behaviors as needed. This is a…




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