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Visual representation of Java2 classes

Mapraputa Is
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Johannes de Jong

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Hey Map nice of you to pop in for a cup of coffee & thanks for the cake (the url)
Greg Harris
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thanks, Map... this looks like it could be a usefull tool. staring at the API gets pretty boring sometimes.

Richard Boren
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Michael Pearson
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jason adam
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It's cool, but for those of us who don't know UML yet, I'd rather just stare at the API
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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