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question to those who passed part 2+3

 
Volker Abel
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Hi,

Preface: I believe that the answers to the following questions are statistical in nature and do not compromise the content of the process of working on part 2+3.

So, I hope that this thread will "survive"

Here comes my question to those who passed part 2+3:

How many classes does your class diagram consist of?

Curious
Volker.
 
Alexey Kuntsevich
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Hello!
11 atm in general class diagram. I'm going to make additional web tier and integration tier class diagram.
 
prathap venkata naga yelugula
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Hi Friends,
Thinking on specific component about different persons differs. But giving their own way not exactly just rough draft is enough, could possess others
thinking in broad way.

Kindly Drill the followers in the aspect of 2'nd and 3'rd parts of SCEA.

Thanks,
Pratap.
 
Volker Abel
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Pratap, I'm sorry but I don't understand what you were saying.
 
prathap venkata naga yelugula
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Hi Abel,
i am means to say is the way to start design path needs.you know a misleaded design goes to huge design work, that may leads less impression .
we need your advise to take up design area(assignment).

Thanks,
Prathap.
 
Juan Pablo Crossley
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Volker Abel wrote:
How many classes does your class diagram consist of?


Hehe, nice and tricky question, cauz I'm not violating the agreement answering this, I only used 20 classes, including facades, entities, factories, and MVC classes.
 
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