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2. Locate the Properties Editor located along the left side of the screen. On the left side of the Properties Editor, click the Create a Sequence Diagram button (see Figure 3-9). 3. You will be presented with a design surface in the main editor window. Along the left side of the window are shapes used in creating sequence diagrams. Click the Create an Instance button (see Figure 3-10). Draw the Instance shape (object) on the design surface. Change the name of the object to Member. ~ ~ ffi" " 1 J.

In the class diagram, click the Member class to add an attribute. Right-click the attribute and select Modify. To get this to work, first deselect the class by clicking on the design surface. NOTE 12. Next, change the name to MemberNumber, change the Class drop-down list to Integer, and click OK. 13. Repeat step 12 to add a FirstName string type, LastName string type, and Email string type attribute to the Member class. 14. Your completed diagram should be similar to the one shown in Figure 2-20.

This methodology must incorporate a set of guidelines and notation used to transform the business requirements of the system into the code used to implement the system. The methodology must also be consistent with the concepts associated with the various object-oriented programming (OOP) languages. One of the most common design methodologies used in OOP today is the Unified Modeling Language (UML). Understanding the Unified Modeling Language UML was developed in the early 80s as a response to the need for a standard, systematic way of modeling the design of object -oriented software.

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