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Commented on The Chain Of Responsibility
at first, I want to thank you for this episode. It describes the topic in a very understandable manner. As I have read many comments, that request an episode for the factory pattern, I think, that this one would be the perfect entry point for describing it... Every one has to do other checks before leaving the house: the first one has to check, if the pets have enough water, but second is in his company and doesn't need to lock the doors, because there is a doorman. So you could throw in an array of the checks - instead of storing it in single properties - that have to be done and call a factory, that returns the instances.
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Commented on Tennis Scoring
When testing the 3-3 score and writing the inDeuce() method (about minute 25), it is not necessary to have a sum greater than 6. As there is already the tied() method one must only check if one player has at least 3 points in combination with the tied() method.