Erika Ehrli Cabral

Sunday, March 06, 2005

Visual Studio 2005 Class Diagrams

I am currently writing a set of articles about Object-Oriented Programming and .NET. I needed to create a class diagram to represent a sample for inheritance and I realized I could do it with Visual Studio 2005. One of the new features of Visual Studio 2005 is the Visual Studio Class Designer. If you need to create class diagrams with a great look-and-feel, try this cool feature.

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