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question on UML basics

 
M lingan
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Hi All
I could not find the answer to my question googling.
I hope to get some help / clarification here.
Thanks in advance.

Is it required to represent all the methods in the interface in the class that implements the interface ?
Since I am not using a stereo type to represent that class as abstract , is it not understood that the class implements all the methods?

Any help is highly appreciated

Thanks
 
Mainak Goswami
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You can try the following article. It shows the basics of the class diagram and also how it can be represented in Java code.
http://idiotechie.com/uml2-class-diagram-in-java/. Hope this is useful.

For the remaining chapters I will suggest to refer Martin Fowler's book on UML Distilled 3rd edition.
 
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