Class Diagrams with Visual Studio.net 2005

Hello,

Is there anyway I can reengineer the code and the class digram gets automatically in VS.net 2005??

Pls help
sureshrainaAsked:
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gbzhhuCommented:
Just modify code directly in the code editor and the diagram will automatically update itself or are you trying to do something else if so please explain a bit more
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vo1dCommented:
maybe he wanna get code from is diagram?
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gbzhhuCommented:
Why would he want that?  any code available in the diagram is already generated for him and is available.  Maybe he/she could clarify as to what is required.  That will help us try and find a solution
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sureshrainaAuthor Commented:
Sorry guys I was away.

What I actually wanted to know is, from the existing code is there anyway I can get the class diagram.

or do we need to create class diagrams by add new-class diagram etc.



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gbzhhuCommented:
creating class diagrams by add new-class diagram should create class duiagram for the existing code.  You can add items(properties, fields ) the diagram and the code will be updated or you can add code to the code and the diagram will updated
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