Re: OCL concrete to abstract syntax question



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From: SainTiss (saintiss@arklinux.org)
Date: Wed 14 Jan 2004 - 22:46:01 GMT


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On Wednesday 14 January 2004 23:22, Stefan Haustein wrote:
> > Indeed, looking into IteratorExp, it seems that collect is indeed defined
> > in terms of that... But when looking at the definition, it seems
> > operations like "including" are still used without being defined
> > themselves as an IteratorExp or something alike...
>
> Well you only asked for "collect" :)
>
> "including" is a regular library function defined in section 6.5, thus
> should be covered by a simple OperationPropertyCallExp (Section 3.3.2) (?).

That sounds like a reasonable explanation :-)

Thanks!

Hans

>
> Best regards,
> Stefan

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