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Hi...i have a class Shop and its attributes are shopName,shopId,shopType.And i have another class called Address which contains composition relation having attributes street,city,country...like that i have 2 more classes with composition to Shop class..then what my problem is how can i represent thease scenario in coding???
 
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A Shop has an address?

Only one physical address or can two or more shops be at the same address?

Can a shop have more than one address?

These are the data relationships that will determine how to map the entities.

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Ravi kapa wrote:how can i represent thease scenario in coding???


Yes, that's a good question. So, how did you try to represent it in code? If you post your coding attempt(s), we can give you some feedback.
 
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Hi.i am Thank full for your replays..Anyway i solved it..
 
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Ravi kapa wrote:Hi.i am Thank full for your replays..Anyway i solved it..



Let us know how you solved it. So that when another has a similar problem they can use this post to get some idea about solving their problem.

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Ben
 
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