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命令

命令在 Ruby 中的实现

命令是一种行为设计模式 它可将请求或简单操作转换为一个对象

此类转换让你能够延迟进行或远程执行请求 还可将其放入队列中

进一步了解命令模式

在 Ruby 中使用模式

复杂度

流行度

使用示例 命令模式在 Ruby 代码中很常见 大部分情况下 它被用于代替包含行为的参数化 UI 元素的回调函数 此外还被用于对任务进行排序和记录操作历史记录等

识别方法 命令模式可以通过抽象或接口类型 发送者 中的行为方法来识别 该类型调用另一个不同的抽象或接口类型 接收者 实现中的方法 该实现则是在创建时由命令模式的实现封装 命令类通常仅限于一些特殊行为

概念示例

本例说明了命令设计模式的结构并重点回答了下面的问题

  • 它由哪些类组成
  • 这些类扮演了哪些角色
  • 模式中的各个元素会以何种方式相互关联

main.rb: 概念示例

# The Command interface declares a method for executing a command.
class Command
  # @abstract
  def execute
    raise NotImplementedError, "#{self.class} has not implemented method '#{__method__}'"
  end
end

# Some commands can implement simple operations on their own.
class SimpleCommand < Command
  # @param [String] payload
  def initialize(payload)
    @payload = payload
  end

  def execute
    puts "SimpleCommand: See, I can do simple things like printing (#{@payload})"
  end
end

# However, some commands can delegate more complex operations to other objects,
# called "receivers".
class ComplexCommand < Command
  # Complex commands can accept one or several receiver objects along with any
  # context data via the constructor.
  def initialize(receiver, a, b)
    @receiver = receiver
    @a = a
    @b = b
  end

  # Commands can delegate to any methods of a receiver.
  def execute
    print 'ComplexCommand: Complex stuff should be done by a receiver object'
    @receiver.do_something(@a)
    @receiver.do_something_else(@b)
  end
end

# The Receiver classes contain some important business logic. They know how to
# perform all kinds of operations, associated with carrying out a request. In
# fact, any class may serve as a Receiver.
class Receiver
  # @param [String] a
  def do_something(a)
    print "\nReceiver: Working on (#{a}.)"
  end

  # @param [String] b
  def do_something_else(b)
    print "\nReceiver: Also working on (#{b}.)"
  end
end

# The Invoker is associated with one or several commands. It sends a request to
# the command.
class Invoker
  # Initialize commands.

  # @param [Command] command
  def on_start=(command)
    @on_start = command
  end

  # @param [Command] command
  def on_finish=(command)
    @on_finish = command
  end

  # The Invoker does not depend on concrete command or receiver classes. The
  # Invoker passes a request to a receiver indirectly, by executing a command.
  def do_something_important
    puts 'Invoker: Does anybody want something done before I begin?'
    @on_start.execute if @on_start.is_a? Command

    puts 'Invoker: ...doing something really important...'

    puts 'Invoker: Does anybody want something done after I finish?'
    @on_finish.execute if @on_finish.is_a? Command
  end
end

# The client code can parameterize an invoker with any commands.
invoker = Invoker.new
invoker.on_start = SimpleCommand.new('Say Hi!')
receiver = Receiver.new
invoker.on_finish = ComplexCommand.new(receiver, 'Send email', 'Save report')

invoker.do_something_important

output.txt: 执行结果

Invoker: Does anybody want something done before I begin?
SimpleCommand: See, I can do simple things like printing (Say Hi!)
Invoker: ...doing something really important...
Invoker: Does anybody want something done after I finish?
ComplexCommand: Complex stuff should be done by a receiver object
Receiver: Working on (Send email.)
Receiver: Also working on (Save report.)

命令在其他编程语言中的实现

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