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How to convert the code of existing project to UML diagrams?

 
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Hi All,

Do any one suggest, How to convert the code of existing project to UML diagrams? ( like Class Diagrams etc.)?

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[ October 20, 2004: Message edited by: David Boncasio ]
 
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There are many tools that do this; some are better than others, cheaper than others, etc. I happen to like EssModel for building class diagrams because it's free, very fast, and generates good quality models.

http://www.essmodel.com
http://www.eldean.se/essmodel
http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/essmodel
 
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