Diagrams for method/function definition

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    Hello everyone.
    I’m pretty sure there’s a diagram editor to define the function/method’s body, but I don’t know how to invoke it.
    Something like Moka for Papyrus (if you don’t know Papyrus, it’s another Eclipse based xUML tool – see here: https://www.eclipse.org/papyrus/ ).
    I could use Papyrus, but I don’t for mainly 2 reasons:
    1) It’s complicated, especially compared to xtUML
    2) I don’t know which language does it generate code to

    So, please, does anyone know how to use diagrams to draw code instead of text?

    Thanks for any help.

    Regards =)


    In UML, you can draw an Activity Diagram to represent function bodies. This is supported in BridgePoint. However, I am not aware of a model compiler that generates code from Activity Diagrams.

    Kind regards,

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