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How is the object represented in UML notation?



A. By a comment or a explanatory note associated with a class
B. By a comment or a explanatory note associated with a class
C. By a rectangular box with the instantiated object, separated from the class name by a and underlined, to show an instantiation.
D. By a thin vertical line with key method calls shown by outward arrow

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Asked by Jonydexter, Last updated: Jul 07, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Apr 08, 2017

A rectangular box with the instantiated object, separated from the class name by a ":", and underlined, to show an instantiation.
 

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