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Chapter 12 "Unified Modeling Language"        
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I decided to try my hand at annotating the chapters using the UML (Unified Modeling Language) graphical notation. I am having no success finding a standard, language neutral way to represent a C# Property! The use of a <> attribute stereotype and get/set operations is a language dependent notation useful when documenting a Java Bean Property. I have resorted to using the <> stereotype and tagged attribute constraints ({get}, {set} or {get, set}) to represent a generic Property. This notation should work with a Java Bean or a C# Property, allowing a parser to generate a language specific implementation.


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