Re: C++ Abstract Factory Implementation

"Alf P. Steinbach" <>
Wed, 09 Jul 2008 00:13:49 +0200

I am hoping someone can give me very needed help. I am wanting some C+
+ code for 'C++ Abstract Factory'. I need code to be free. I am been
learning Design patterns.
I found some code on web but dont know which is one is ok.
Loki :in text book

My colleague said I should look at boost library or use a standard
'factory' in C++. but I cannot find it.
I have read text book on Design Patterns and understand 'Abstract

Much thanks in adnace for help

There are umpteen variations of factories.

If you describe what you (think you) need it for it may be possible to help.

In general there's no point in using other's code for a factory, it's generally
very easy to implement, but how to do it depends on what functionality you need,
and whether you really need it depends on what your requirements are.

Cheers, & hth.,

- Alf

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