design patterns used in core java (j2se) source code

These are some of the design patterns used in core java API that I have gone through in my experience:

Decorator and Bridge patterns – java.io

Observer pattern is available as standard API

Iterator Pattern – All collection classes

Template Pattern – Arrays.sort() and Collection.sort()

Singleton Pattern – Runtime, Calendar

Factory Pattern – Wrappers of primitive data type’s valueOf methods [Integer.valueOf()]

Other most commonly used patterns:
Decorator: Java IO
Strategy Pattern: If you’ve ever used dependency injection, you’ve used the strategy pattern.
Facade: Any service APIs implement this pattern.
Singleton: Used in caching
Builder: While Writing Unit Tests
Prototype: Cloning
Adapter: asList , toString
Chain Of Responsibility: Logging
Factory: Action Mapping
MVC: Web frameworks
Proxy: Web services
Template

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