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UML - modeling recursive functions with state diagrams

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I know this might not be the right group to post this question, though I am
looking for any help or redirection to the right group.

Its a small program, and I have to model it using state diagrams. Two of
the main funtions in the program are recursive. I searched online for any
examples of how to model recursive funtions with state diagrams, I could not
find any real examples. Does anybody know where I can get any examples of
how to model recursive funtions with state diagrams??? or can help in any
way?

I appreciate any help..


Jul 23 '05 #1
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On Sun, 19 Jun 2005 18:06:25 -0400, "Someonekicked"
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I know this might not be the right group to post this question, though I am
looking for any help or redirection to the right group.


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Jul 23 '05 #2

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"Someonekicked" <so***********@comcast.net> wrote in message
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I know this might not be the right group to post this question, though I am looking for any help or redirection to the right group.

Its a small program, and I have to model it using state diagrams. Two of
the main funtions in the program are recursive. I searched online for any
examples of how to model recursive funtions with state diagrams, I could not find any real examples. Does anybody know where I can get any examples of
how to model recursive funtions with state diagrams??? or can help in any
way?

I appreciate any help..


Take a look at
http://courses.dce.harvard.edu/~csci...2-20040927.pdf
pages 25, 28
Jul 23 '05 #3

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