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Hi,
i have to design a program written in an imperative language.
I ve done the anaylysis part in UML, but how do i proceed?

Core of the program is a data structure that looks like this:
----------- --------
| Initiator |--------------------| Target |
----------- | --------
|
|
-----------
| Attribute |
-----------

(attributed association in UML class diagram)

ill implement it with this matrix: (Initiator X Target -Attribute)

(btw: the language does not provide pointers, so this matrix is the best
way to achieve what i want.)

besides the matrix there are several functions that work with it using
some arrays.

How do i formally correct design such a program.
How do i model the matrix and the functions and how do i proper connect
them?
The only thing i know about imperative desingn are nassi/shneidermann
diagrams, but afaik they are no real help for my problem.
any pointers?

thx in advance,

Sebastian
Jan 28 '07 #1
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Sebastian Fey wrote:
Hi,
i have to design a program written in an imperative language.
I ve done the anaylysis part in UML, but how do i proceed?
<snip>

Your question apparently has nothing to do with the C language. Try
comp.programming.

Jan 28 '07 #2

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"Sebastian Fey" <se***********@web.dewrote in message
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any pointers?
this is the only part not off topic :)
Jan 28 '07 #3

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Serve Laurijssen schrieb:
"Sebastian Fey" <se***********@web.dewrote in message
news:52*************@mid.dfncis.de...
>any pointers?

this is the only part not off topic :)

youre very funny, maybe you also got a newsgroup that matches my problem
better...?
I just thought C programmer know how to design imperative programs...
Jan 28 '07 #4

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"Sebastian Fey" <se***********@web.dewrote in message
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Serve Laurijssen schrieb:
>"Sebastian Fey" <se***********@web.dewrote in message
news:52*************@mid.dfncis.de...
>>any pointers?

this is the only part not off topic :)

youre very funny,
thx
maybe you also got a newsgroup that matches my problem better...?
santosh gave good suggestion
I just thought C programmer know how to design imperative programs...
If I wanted to know more about that topic I wouldnt go to comp.lang.c. btw,
all widely used programming languages are imperative
Jan 28 '07 #5

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