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By Robert C. Martin

Rather than surveying the whole unified modeling language (UML), Martin specializes in the diagrams he has came upon to be most valuable for drawing photos of software-class, item, series, and country diagrams-and examines the peculiarities of utilizing UML to layout Java courses. the ultimate bankruptcy describes a SMC distant provider application in textual content, UML, and code.

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Interface» is one of two standard stereotypes that can be used by java programmers. The other is «utility». «interface». All the methods of classes marked with this stereotype are abstract. None of the methods can be implemented. Morevover, «interface» classes can have no instance variables. The only variables they can have are static variables. This corresponds exactly to java interfaces. See Figure 3-9. «interface» Transaction + execute() interface Transaction { public void execute(); } Figure 3-9 «utility».

Javadocs are excellent tools. Create them. But keep them small and focussed. Those that describe functions that others will use, should be written with care, and should contain Conclusion 24 enough information to help the user understand. Javadocs that describe private utility functions or methods that aren’t for wide distribution can be much smaller. Conclusion A few folks at a whiteboard can use UML to help them think through a design problem. Such diagrams should be created iteratively, in very short cycles.

Use your diagrams to show common themes and common practices. Don’t use them to document every little detail. If you really need to draw a sequence diagram to describe the The Basics 46 way messages flow, then do them succinctly, and sparingly. Draw as few of them as possible. First of all, ask youself if the sequence diagram is necessary at all. Code is often more communicative and economical. Listing 4-4, for example, shows what the code for the Payroll class might look like. This code is very expressive, and stands on its own.

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