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Yes, ive been waiting since i posted this days ago
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  HomeworkPete replied 1 year ago.
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.

1. Create a Class Diagram and write the actual code in Java for a Design Pattern of your choice. You will need to research the various types of design patterns that exist such as a Facade, Proxy, Strategy, Composite, etc. You will also need to briefly describe the advantages or the problem you're trying solve. You can include this description in either your Class Diagram or in comments within your Code. And most importantly you will need to include all of the sources that you have used. 2. Write code that makes efficient use of a Java collection structure with at least 2 classes, preferably more. Also, create a Class Diagram that corresponds to your code. Doing some research will help you find some good samples and scenarios to write a small program that utilizes a Java Collection structure, such as a HashMap, PriorityQueue, SortedSet, etc. DO NOT USE AN ArrayList or List structure. You will also need to briefly describe the advantages or the problem you're trying to solve. You can include this description in either your Class Diagram or in comments within your Code. And most importantly you will need to include all of the sources that you have used.