RE: asking about OCL



RE: asking about OCL

From: D H. Akehurst <D.H.Akehurst_at_kent.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 12:05:36 +0100
Message-ID: <A97ADB9E8A23214492A613C7EC1CAF7B548B9F@dogsbody.ee.kent.ac.uk>
What is wrong with (other than the fact it may not be standard syntax):

A.allInstances()

After all, allInstances is really an operation on the type 'A'.



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> Dr. Peter H. Schmitt
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> Subject: Re: asking about OCL
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> > 
> > Personally, I like the A::self.allInstances notion, even if the 
> > standard is somewhat unclear. Nevertheless, being interested in the 
> > OCL semantics I use whatever concrete syntax is accepted by 
> the tools 
> > :-).
> > 
> 
> I personally like A::allInstances()  since allInstances does 
> not operate on instances. It, seems that is the only version 
> that is not supported.
> 
> Peter
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