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IoC revisited: from callback to closure!

I have been told to consider the IoC pattern for this series and I decided to explore it because I was not really familiar with this pattern.

Wikipedia defines IoC (Inversion of Control) as an abstract principle that describes an aspect of some software architecture design in which the flow control of a system is inverted in comparison to procedural programming. According to Martin Fowler, the term IoC is at least dated 1988, but, it’s still unclear whether it can be considered a pattern or just an architectural principle.

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