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Looking at the Query Pattern UML on page 216 I am still confused what the difference is between Criteria and Criterion. What is the definition of each within the context of design patterns ? Thanks.
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In English, criteria is the plural of criterion, based on its Greek roots.
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that's easy enough...thank you.
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