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{{definition|A class diagram in UML is a type of static diagram that describes the structure of a system by showing its classes, attributes, operations and the relationships between the classes.
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{{Reference Definition|A class diagram in UML is a type of static diagram that describes the structure of a system by showing its classes, attributes, operations and the relationships between the classes.|Wikipedia}}
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{{Reference Definition| A UML class diagram is a structure diagram that depicts packages, classes and objects, their relationships, constraints attributes and operations.|Object Management Group (OMG) website}}
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Definition: A UML class diagram is a structure diagram that depicts packages, classes and objects, their relationships, constraints attributes and operations.
Reference Definition: A class diagram in UML is a type of static diagram that describes the structure of a system by showing its classes, attributes, operations and the relationships between the classes. (Wikipedia)
Reference Definition: A UML class diagram is a structure diagram that depicts packages, classes and objects, their relationships, constraints attributes and operations. (Object Management Group (OMG) website)

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