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question on UML basics

M lingan

Joined: Apr 06, 2013
Posts: 1
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

Mainak Goswami
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Joined: May 21, 2006
Posts: 50

You can try the following article. It shows the basics of the class diagram and also how it can be represented in Java code. 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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