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Design patterns represent the best practices used by experienced object-oriented software developers. Design patterns are solutions to general problems that software developers face during software development. These patterns are mainly created for the OOPs languages like Java. In Java Design Patterns, three main patterns are exclusively used by the developers, namely – Creational (Singleton Design Pattern), Structural (Decorator Design Pattern), and Behavioral (Command Design Pattern).
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As shown in the diagram, the client class has information about upper x and y, and lower x and y. This is all we need for displaying rectangles, but we have a legacy rectangles class that is displaying rectangles based on different parameters. We should not delete the legacy rectangle or change it since it is already in use. Which design pattern could help us based on this diagram?