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Specifying abstract classes
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Posted By:   Andres_Vignaga
Posted On:   Tuesday, July 31, 2001 06:07 PM

I'm looking for an alternate way for specifying that a class is abstract, that is, not writing its name in italics:


Should I use a stereotype, a tagged value or a constraint?.

Re: Specifying abstract classes

Posted By:   Simon_Ablett  
Posted On:   Thursday, August 30, 2001 03:47 AM

Andres,
Why do you want to find an alternative way? The whole point of a standard such as UML is that it facilitates a common method for representing analysis/design information. If you try to find alternative approaches you are in danger of obfuscating things.
Regards.
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