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## Example files for the title:  
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# Head First Design Patterns
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[![Head First Design Patterns, by Bert Bates](](
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# Head First Design Patterns (2014 update)

The code for Head First Design Patterns has been updated to be compatible with Java 8. This new code accompanies an update for the book, released in July, 2014.

Download the code and compile and run from the command line, or load the code into project in Eclipse (Kepler, with the Java 8 beta patch).

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# Book code and downloads
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* Download the Java code [here]( (zip file). The source files are in the src directory and the class files are in the bin directory. 
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* Download the MVC song [here](
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* Download [README.txt]( This has all the command line run commands for each application, as well as helpful comments. 
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* Download the [heatindex.txt]( file containing the heat index formula for the Weather Station in chapter 2.
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* Download the [test.txt]( file for chapter 3. 
* If you are using ant to compile the java files, you can download the [build.xml]( file. (Make sure you name this file "build.xml" to use it with ant.)
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* Download the code examples in C# [here]( (hosted and supported by [Mark McFadden](
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* Download the code examples in C++ here (created and supported by Glenn Puchtel).
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# Disclaimer
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