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This is wiki or pattern language jargon for inferior, deprecated or useless ways to do something.

In Go terms such matters are described as bad shape, vulgar, bad style, amateurish, thank you move and so on. Many types of mistake would qualify as anti-patterns, therefore: for example pushing from behind describes a whole range of errors, and implies a mistaken way of thinking that isn't just bad tactics.

See also blocked configuration, a phenomenological term.

Charles Matthews

Anti-pattern last edited by ProtoDeuteric on July 29, 2006 - 23:17
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