Java Design Pattern

1.What is a design pattern.
2.How many catogeries are there in Java patterns.
3. How many patterns did you use in your project.
4.Give me an example of Creational Patterns.
5.What is Singleton pattern. Where did you use it.
6.How do you use Factory pattern.
7.Can explaing examples of Structural Patterns.
8.What is difference between adapter pattern and decorator pattern.
9.What is Facade Pattern. Give an example.
10.Did you use proxy pattern.
11.Give me some examples of Behavioral Patterns.
12.What is Observer Pattern.
13.Do you know the difference between Command pattern and interpreter pattern.
14.What is Visitor Pattern.

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  5. 1.What is a design pattern.
    2.How many catogeries are there in Java patterns.
    3. How many patterns did you use in your project.
    4.Give me an example of Creational Patterns.
    5.What is Singleton pattern. Where did you use it.
    6.How do you use Factory pattern.
    7.Can explaing examples of Structural Patterns.
    8.What is difference between adapter pattern and decorator pattern.
    9.What is Facade Pattern. Give an example.
    10.Did you use proxy pattern.
    11.Give me some examples of Behavioral Patterns.
    12.What is Observer Pattern.
    13.Do you know the difference between Command pattern and interpreter pattern.
    14.What is Visitor Pattern.

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