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Hi All, what is a Design Class Diagrams??? Is it different from class diagram? Somebody told me that design class diagram is different from class diagram. So i thought this is the best place to ask this question. any suggestion??? Thanks, kundan
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Class diagrams typically are separated into conceptual-, design- and implementation-class diagrams.
But those differ only in what they depict, not in form.
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Can you provide one example or can explain a bit more what are these 3 types. Thanks, kundan
The three module diagrams are at different abstraction levels. The conceptual diagram(high level) might have "classes" such as Employee and Order whereas the implementation diagram(low level) will have the classes you wish to implement.
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