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UML Dependencies

UML Dependencies

UML Dependencies

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Is anyone out there?

Please could someone help me with a brief textual discussion on any of my questions so far:

In the UML superstructure page 109, the top of the page shows Class car and class vehicle type joined by a dependancy. If I undetstand the notation correctly it says: Car is the client, Vehicle type is the supplier. The dependancy stereotype is <<instantiate>>. I read the <<instantiate>> stereotype to mean: Client instantitates (or creates instances of) Supplier. My problem is the text above the diagram which states: ....where the car class is an instance of the Vehicle type class. Am I reading it badly?

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