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Applications to make UML class diagrams

 
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Hi guys. I wonder what programs you like to use for creating UML Class diagrams, and why. I am looking for a nice tool that can help me make these diagrams. I do not know if I understood correctly, but it seems that some programs even generate these diagrams automatically from existing code. I hope you guys have some suggestions for me. I am using Eclipse, and my total number of classes will roughly be 30-35.
 
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Yes, you can get Eclipse to generate its own UML diagrams, and maybe even generate method stubs from UML diagrams. It is so long since I tried it, that I Have forgotten how to do it.
There are many tools which allow you to create UML by hand. Cay Horstmann has one called violet.
 
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