Does the design pattern play any important role in the development of quality applications by using structured and object oriented paradigm? Justify your answer with logical reasons.
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Now, if you actually don't know how to answer this question... hmmmn. Reading the book is definitely called for, if there is still time for it (this sounds like an exam question, though). Ward's Wiki (aka the Portland Pattern Repository) is a likely source of information as well.
While design patterns are certainly important, it sounds like you should already know why they are important if you are being asked the question above.
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