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From the author of CDJ#++


CDJ#++ (already featured in the code snippet above) is the language used throughout for code examples. It is a stylized pseudo-language drawing on C++, C#, Java, and D. The intent is to keep the article language-independent and focus on design, not code syntax and other minute details. Languages typically accomplish similar tasks differently, so CDJ# ++ does not provide constructors or destructors, mostly glosses over generic type creation and use, defines interfaces loosely, and makes pass-by-reference optional.

If you are familiar with any of the aforementioned languages, you should have no trouble understanding what CDJ# ++'s constructs do, although translating some into a specific language may be difficult.

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