[Newbies] Design with Visitor
mathk.sue at gmail.com
Thu May 25 20:22:27 UTC 2006
Ron Teitelbaum wrote :
> Hi Mathieu,
> I've been thinking about how to respond to your question. My first thought
> was to jump right in and help, but since this is a home work assignment it
> is probably best to help in a round about way. What I didn't want to do was
> to discourage others that are working on homework from asking questions.
Yes, I understand and I agree, in fact I did not express myself properly.
> So in order to help you I propose the following. I will help to explain the
> patterns you mentioned, and I will critique your solution, all without
> helping you solve the problem you are trying to solve, so that you can
> benefit from doing and learning from your homework assignment.
> First the critique: I really don't like your implementation of using a
> dictionary to handle your collection. It seems to me that you are trying to
> accomplish something but I don't see what the benefit of that implementation
> is. Can you tell me what functionality the dictionary adds? What is the
> benefit of the dictionary over a simple collection?
Thinking a bit more the appropriate term for my previous Performance
class should be PerformanceFactory or something like this.
My idea is to provide a Performance per sport. But I have to consider
that only one TimeLaps or Distance should be added to a Performance.
So my difficulty first is to do this.
Thanks for your explanation of Visitor pattern.
In fact I already read it from "The design pattern Smalltalk companion"
book and I want to know the different way of implementation and if it
could be applicable for me.
>> From: math
>> Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 10:22 AM
>>> Subject: Design with Visitor
>>> From: "Mathieu SUEN" <mathk.sue at gmail.com>
>>> Date: Wed, 24 May 2006 23:14:58 +0200
>>> To: beginners-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org
>>> Hi squeakers,
>>> I have to build a lite code for home work.
>>> The objective is to gave to user a possibility to store his sport
>>> So I have design a Class Performance(with PerformanceCollection) and I
>>> wanted to let things like TimeLaps, Date, Distance, and so on.
>>> for a later implementation (if we wanted to add others).
>>> So I provide a Measure abstract class.
>>> Hence I add a dictionary in my Performance with the class for key and
>>> the instance for value:
>>> for example:
>>> Performance>>addMeasure: aMeasure
>>> dictionaryOfMesure at: aMeasure class put: aMeasure
>>> Now I have to bring them in a Seaside UI so I guess that Visitor Pattern
>>> ( ;-) ) can help me but my complex structure mess my brain.
>>> So I ask you if you think that can be possible(and how) or other pattern
>>> can be more suitable for this problem.
>>> Thank you for your attention (:
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>> Thinking forward I see that 2 Performance instance couldn't be compare
>> so befor asking how to print them I will think about a other structure.
>> I think I will use Builder or Factory Method pattern.
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