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    Sequential Diagram using VC++(MFC)

    Hi!

    Please suggest which tool can generate sequential diagram using vc++ (MFC) unmanaged code?

    Is Enterprise Architect will support it ? If it supports please add the video capture file or word document for steps to generate sequential diagram.

    And also please give the version of the tool,required OS.

    Thanks
    Sam
    Last edited by mr.sam1024; August 23rd, 2012 at 12:20 AM.

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    Re: Sequential Diagram using VC++(MFC)

    Sequence diagram is an abstraction that intentionally omits certain level of details to make the diagram be more clear. So I don't think it may be automatically generated by C++ code with some decent quality of representation.

    And yes, I'd like to know about the tool too, if any.
    Best regards,
    Igor

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    Re: Sequential Diagram using VC++(MFC)

    Is Enterprise Architect will support it ?
    Yes.

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    Re: Sequential Diagram using VC++(MFC)

    Is it possible to add the video capture file or word document for steps to generate sequential diagram using VC++(MFC) unmanaged code.

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    Re: Sequential Diagram using VC++(MFC)

    Quote Originally Posted by mr.sam1024 View Post
    Is it possible to add the video capture file or word document for steps to generate sequential diagram using VC++(MFC) unmanaged code.
    We aren't google.

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    Re: Sequential Diagram using VC++(MFC)

    It's all right! No issues Skizmo.

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