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Please, be careful when going over javacoding's mock exam. here is one example of wrong questions
._ What does an -open triangle- at the end of a -dashed line-, - - - - - ->, mean in a UML class diagram?
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* Realization (of an interface)
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An open triangle at the end of a dashed line in UML is used to express realization
UML Distilled Second Edition: Pg. 92
It is a realization
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First of all, "--->" is dependency.
Secondly, the question was asking "open triangle", not "arrow". Unless the mock gives you the pattern "--->", it should be explained as realization.
 
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