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2.3. How to Read a Pattern

The patterns in this book have a more formal format than what you have read up to this point. Each pattern has six parts: name, background, problem, forces, solution, and other patterns to consider. See Figure 2.6 for an example.

Figure 2.6. Every pattern has the same elements in identical order so that you can quickly find the information you need.



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