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Object-oriented Programming in C#
Abstract classes, Interfaces, and Patterns
The Composite design pattern


A Composite design pattern composes objects into tree structures.

Clients operate uniformly on leaves and composite nodes

A template of the class structure in the Composite design pattern.

The tree structure may be non-mutable and built via constructors

Alternatively, the tree structure may be mutable, and built via Add and Remove operations