This appendix provides a quick reference to the UML notation used throughout the book.
The UML represents a class through a box divided into three sections. The top section contains the name, the middle section contains the attributes, and the bottom section contains the methods.
Figure C.1 illustrates how the UML represents a class.
Figure C.1. A UML class.
The UML represents objects the same as a class. The only difference is that the object’s name is underlined and the methods are omitted. The attributes may also show value.
Figure C.2 illustrates how the UML represents attribute and method ...