♦ Why do Proxy, Decorator, Adapter, Bridge, and Facade design patterns look very similar? What are the differences?

There are often patterns that look very similar, but differ in their intent. Most patterns use polymorphism with interface inheritance. Strategy and state design patterns are very similar as well. Proxy, Decorator, Adapter, and Bridge are all variations on “wrapping”…

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