Is this Factory pattern or Strategy pattern? c/c++ ,And proposing an alternative solution

The idea is that when we want to create an object of some type, we will only use a robotcreator and enum from the interface. I would like to understand what template design I used because it sometimes looks like a factory and sometimes like a strategy.

Should I use define or not? I will also be happy to receive new ideas to implement.

InterfaceRobot.h

 class InterfaceRobot     {    public:     InterfaceRobot();     enum RobType { Y=0, C=1, D=2, F=3 };      virtual void open() = 0;     virtual void close() = 0;  };  #endif // INTERFACEROBOT_H 

RobotCreator.h

class RobotCreator :public InterfaceRobot { public:     RobotCreator(InterfaceRobot::RobType _robType);     void open();     void close();     ~RobotCreator();  private:     InterfaceRobot *Robot; /** pointer to InterfaceRobot**/ }; 

RobotCreator.cpp

RobotCreator::RobotCreator(InterfaceRobot::RobType _robType) {     switch (_robType)     {     case InterfaceRobot::C:         this->Robot = new c();     break;     case InterfaceRobot::Y:         this->Robot = new y();     break;     case InterfaceRobot::D:          this->Robot = new D();     break;     case InterfaceRobot::F:         this->Robot = new F();     break;     } }  void RobotCreator::open() {     this->Robot->open(); }  void RobotCreator::close() {      this->Robot->close(); }  RobotCreator::~RobotCreator() {     cout << " d'tor of RobotCreator" << endl;     if (this->Robot!=NULL)     {         delete[]  this->dlRobot;         this->Robot = NULL;     } } 

use in main:

int main() {   RobotCreator rob(InterfaceRobot::Y);  rob.open();  rob.close();   RobotCreator rob2(InterfaceRobot::C);  rob2.open();  rob2.close(); } 

Feedback Sought on Java Reflection Factory Example

I set out to create an example or proof of concept of an idea I had and would be interested in receiving constructive feedback on my idea. I needed a Java factory pattern that allowed the end-user of the application to extend it (think add-ons, plug-ins, user contributed content, etc.). So I created a Java factory that uses reflection. While I am doubtful that I am the first to have done this, I have not found [any] examples of it. In my example, I created an abstract class called Vehicle. I then extended Vehicle a number of times (i.e. car, train, boat, airplane, etc.) and placed the subclasses in a separate package. In my example, my factory has a class scanner (does not currently support JAR files) that registers each subclass. Then the factory can be easily called using some class data (i.e. ID, name, whatever) to create a new instance of the subclass. I have included a link to the repo in GitHub (I hope that makes it easier to browse/review). What are your thoughts? Is this practical? Useful? Are there obvious improvements? Easily adapted to support JAR files?

I do want to note that I am aware of Google Guava and the Reflections Library. I wanted to create an example without dependencies on other libraries.

To see the underlying code, please follow link to GitHub repo. https://github.com/MannyPeterson/ReflectionFactory

USAGE

/*   * Create a new instance of the reflection factory by   * passing the package name to the constructor. The class  * scanner will look in this package for classes. All of the  * classes in this package must share the same superclass -  * Vehicle in this case.  */ VehicleFactory vehicleFactory = new VehicleFactory("org.codehamster.vehicles");  /*   * Call the getVehicle() method with the identifier ("name")  * of the class to create a new instance of.  */ Vehicle vehicleOne = vehicleFactory.getVehicle("boat"); Vehicle vehicleTwo = vehicleFactory.getVehicle("train"); Vehicle vehicleThree = vehicleFactory.getVehicle("truck"); Vehicle vehicleFour = vehicleFactory.getVehicle("airplane"); Vehicle vehicleFive = vehicleFactory.getVehicle("car");  /*   * Call each of the new classes with the println() method  * to invoke the toString() method and verify the output  * is correct.  */ System.out.println(vehicleOne); System.out.println(vehicleTwo); System.out.println(vehicleThree); System.out.println(vehicleFour); System.out.println(vehicleFive); 

OUTPUT

Vehicle is a boat Vehicle is a train Vehicle is a truck Vehicle is a airplane Vehicle is a car 

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I wiped out Mac and reinstalled (Mojave) (logout from Cloud, Messages, deauthorized iTunes, erase disk, reinstall). Now my terminal is showing a name that I set up through Preferences -> Sharing on previous instance of system (before reinstall).

I checked Preferences -> Sharing computer Name is: Kathy’s MacBook Pro

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so, my phone went completely bananas today. It was charging and i swear out of the blue a messange showed up saying the sd card memory was being deleted. So in panick i turned it off. The cellphone then turned itself on and showed a message saying android was being deleted, again in panick i took the battery off. When i turned it on, a message with a “dead” android avatar showed on the screen and the boot options screen showed up. I clicked on reeboot and it had been reseted to factory settings. I was so angry and upset because my whole life and work was on my phone. I spent the entire afternoon dedicated into recovering the data. The only software that seems to find my files costed $ 50. i live in a 3rd world country so thats impossible for me to pay. Then looking online i found another one that seem promising but i had to root my phone for it. in the past i used to be really afraid of doing it but as i had an old phone i rooted once for some trivial stuff i decided to do it. Big mistake. After rooting my wi-fi turned off…for good. When i click the wi-fi switch it turns on for a aplit of a second and back off. i CANNOT turn it on. So i decided to hard reset it again, i mean, i had nothing to lose. NOTHING. I STILL CANT TURN IT ON.

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