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Why is this such a good idea? Let's investigate. Traditionally, many programmers were used to writing base classes using public virtual functions to directly and simultaneously specify both the interface and the customizable behavior. For example, we might write:
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A suite of eleven principles, conceived by people such as RobertCecilMartin , BertrandMeyer , BarbaraLiskov , etc. and compiled by RobertCecilMartin . There are six papers that describe all of these principles. They can be found in the resources section of http://www.objectmentor.com/ . The first four papers are named for the first four principles, the final papers cover the remaining two principles: "Granularity" and "Stability".
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For more details of the topics covered in this guide, see Contents of the Guide . This chapter describes and discusses high level patterns and principles commonly used for applications today. These are often referred to as the architectural styles , and include patterns such as client/server, layered architecture, component-based architecture, message bus architecture, and service-oriented architecture (SOA). For each style, you will find an overview, key principles, major benefits, and information that will help you choose the appropriate architectural styles for your application. It is important to understand that the styles describe different aspects of applications.