Some theory

Discussion in 'C++' started by Ravi, May 17, 2007.

  1. Ravi

    Ravi Guest

    This question is related to OMT. Suppose we are given two classes:
    expression and functions, to be represented by a class diagram.
    Expressions are aggregation of functions (is-a-part-of relationship)
    while functions are themselves aggregate of expressions.
    But aggregation is not a symmetric relation. So how to reprsent thin
    in a class diagram.
    Ravi, May 17, 2007
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  2. Ravi

    red floyd Guest

    Ravi wrote:
    > This question is related to OMT. Suppose we are given two classes:
    > expression and functions, to be represented by a class diagram.
    > Expressions are aggregation of functions (is-a-part-of relationship)
    > while functions are themselves aggregate of expressions.
    > But aggregation is not a symmetric relation. So how to reprsent thin
    > in a class diagram.
    >


    This is OT for comp.lang.c++, the posting to comp.object is correct.

    Followups set to comp.object
    red floyd, May 17, 2007
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