Talk:Structural pattern

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If structural patterns are relationships between entities, why isn't inheritance listed?

Inheritance by definition is not a pattern. Inheritance and object composition are basic structures of object orientation which govern the two ways objects can interact with each other. Patterns give us a way to structure that interaction in different ways as per our needs.

Mrityunjay.kant 09:47, 21 December 2006 (UTC)