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Recently I bought Schaum's Outliners UML
This book is very practical it has : End of chapter review questions , Solved problems, very easy to read ( currently reading chapter 4 )If you are lost in other books try this one
only $13.56
 
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Hmmm..The Table of Contents has my areas of interest - OCL something which I want to know before I buy the book exclusively on it.
What have they covered in "Classes - Basic Associations" and "Classes - Inheritance, Aggregation and Composition"?Are they giving any case studies for these chapters?
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Chapter 4-5-6-7 is related to class diagrams . I am at the beginning of the Chapter4
End of chapter 4 he has 26 review Question and 5 solved problems
You might want to stop by a local store to check it out and find out if it is @ your level ( beginner level is good for me )
 
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