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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Umbrello

From: David Mackenzie
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Umbrello
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2003 10:51:10 +1000
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On Mon, 28 Jul 2003 08:28 am, you wrote:

> On the right hand side toolbar, there is a little arrow with three x.
> Select it as tool.
> The objects you place on your screen have vertical dashed lines. Connect
> the two appropriate lines with the selected arrow.
> Now, select the "selector" (the bold arrow symbol) from the tools and
> select (double click) the newly created connecting horizontal line
> A dialogue pops up allowing you to select a function you already have
> defined (e.g. as class operation).
> Is this what you wanted? Have a look at the Umbrello manual, it's not too
> bad.

But say this function calls another function.  How would you show this using

Eg (in java):

class myClass
   public static void main(String args[])
      int x;
      x = funct1(x);
   public int funct1(int x)

main calls funct1, so the diagram should show:

An instance of the class myClass, then the function main running.  Then
main calling the function funct1.

Something like this:

|  mc : myClass |
          |   1.1: main(args[] : string) : void
          |           |---------
          |           |          |  1.2: funct1(x : int) : int
          |           |          |
          |           |<-------

I am able to do the first function call to main().  But what about the call to 
funct1(int x)?


David Mackenzie

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