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UML diagrams preferably should not be language specific. However, inner classes are java specific. Also, inner classes are usually private. In which case, you would not want to display your inner class at all. If you do need to display this inner class, you can extend the standard. The recommended way of doing this is to have a legend.
Originally posted by Matt R. Hansen: UML diagrams preferably should not be language specific.
Unless you want to depict an imagined or existing implementation.
Also, inner classes are usually private. In which case, you would not want to display your inner class at all.
You can't think of a case where you would want to depict a private inner class?
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