Tips for C++ transformations using Rational Software Architect, Part 2. Functions and classes for controlling the C++ code generated from UML model

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Vinod V. Uddaraju and Pratima Gangalavoi

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: January 29, 2008

This article, Part 2 of a series (see Part 1 here), provides tips to help you achieve finer control of the C++ code generated when you run the UML to C++ transformation in IBM® Rational® Software Architect or IBM® Rational® Systems Developer. In addition, it describes how to generate virtual, inline, and friend functions from a UML model. It also describes how to control code generation for template classes, and provides detail on various other aspects of code generation using the UML to C++ transformation.

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