If you are to learn about how to make object diagrams, take a tour to this collection of printable object diagram page. With a total of 5 diagrams, have a quick learn at the examples of object diagram. We’ll start by giving you the first diagram below.
An object diagram in the Unified Modeling Language (UML), is a diagram that shows a complete or partial view of the structure of a modeled system at a specific time. Object diagram focuses on some particular set of objects and attributes, and the links between these instances. The use of object diagrams is fairly limited, mainly to show examples of data structures. An object diagram shows this relation between the instantiated classes and the defined class, and the relation between these objects in the system.
Every object is actually symbolized like a rectangle, that offers the name from the object and its class underlined as well as divided with a colon. Similar to classes, you are able to list object attributes inside a separate compartment. However, unlike classes, object attributes should have values assigned for them. Links tend to be instances associated with associations.
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