RE: lingusitic problem



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From: Miroslaw Staron (miroslaw.staron@bth.se)
Date: Wed 12 Jan 2005 - 12:19:29 GMT


Hi,

I am not sure about the "official" usage, but I usually write "C stereotyped
ST" or when talking about the stereotype "ST applied to class C".

Hope that helps.

Best regards
Miroslaw 

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> [mailto:puml-list-request@cs.york.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Gianna Reggio
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> Subject: lingusitic problem
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> Dear All
> I have a doubt about the correct way to write when refering 
> to a UML model element stereotyped
> 
> assuming to have a class C decorated with a stereotype <<ST>> 
> which is the correct way to write
> 
> - C of stereotype ST
> - C with stereotype ST
> - C having stereotype ST
> - .....
> 
> Thanks for ny help
> 
> Gianna
> 
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