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You are given the task of upgrading applications made a long time ago for a client who is producing kid's toys. A lot of design patterns are implemented in this project that will ease the process of upgrading this application. The first thing you need to do is to recognize which design patterns are used and modify them if necessary, with the new language features. Based on the following diagram that you've drawn from analyzing the code, this could be a part of which design pattern?