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Execute Around

Difficulty-Beginner Idiom Java Other


Execute Around idiom frees the user from certain actions that should always be executed before and after the business method. A good example of this is resource allocation and deallocation leaving the user to specify only what to do with the resource.

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Use the Execute Around idiom when

  • you use an API that requires methods to be called in pairs such as open/close or allocate/deallocate.