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Hi Guys,

I am wondering about if I should be using UML 1 or 2, I suppose I should be using 2, does it matter?

Does anyone have any idea's about the best IDE to use for drawing UML? I have Visio 2003, does anyone think this is a good application for drawing UML or are there better ones?

Thanx for your help.
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Hi James,

My absolute all-time favorite is magicdraw UML. There is a free edition which is probably too limited for the assignment, but you can also get demo licenses that work for a few months. Perhaps they can give you a longer tryout period if you say you are using it for your SCEA assignment (suggesting of course that you would recommend it to your boss to use at work).

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