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Creating objects is a messy business. So, many object-oriented designs deal with nice, clean abstract classes, taking advantage of the impressive flexibility afforded by polymorphism (the switching of concrete implementations at runtime). To achieve this flexibility, though, I must devise strategies for object generation. This is the topic I will look at in this chapter.
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