Tips for C++ transformations using Rational Software Architect, Part 4. For Standard Edition users

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Sanjesh Raj Nair and Saikarthik K. Natesan

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: January 21, 2010

Learn how to get finer control of the C++ code generated when you run the UML-to- C++ transformation in IBM Rational Software Architect Standard Edition. This article explains how to include STL classes, use the STL classes in a model, and use them to generate C++ code. It also describes how to create global variables or methods to generate finer C++ code and how to control UML-to-C++ code generation by using the mapping model.

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