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We need the observer pattern in order to complete our model view controller pattern. Even if you don't use MVC, the observer pattern is vital to user interface programming. It's one of the vital structural patterns that hold modern software together. It can also be quite tricky to understand initially, so for that reason we'll go through the theory of it before actually tackling it.
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