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Abstract

The Model-View-Controller design pattern is one of the most important design patterns in computer science. Whereas most patterns address specific problems, Model-View-Controller (MVC) describes the architecture of a system of objects. It can be applied to isolated subsystems or entire applications. The Model-View-Controller design pattern is also less clearly defined than many other patterns, leaving a lot of latitude for alternate implementations. It’s more a philosophy than a recipe.

Keywords

Design Pattern View Object Menu Item Main Window Action Message 
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© James Bucanek 2009

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