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I am trying to draw class diagrams for my classes.

I have one interface called IFetchContentSource. It has the following details

getContentByLocation(Arraylist location, String source_object_type, ArrayList source_metadata_fields, ArrayList staging_metadata_fields): ContentAndMetadata []

getNumberofDocsByQuery(String from, String where, String object_type): int

The return type of one of the methods of this Interface is ContentAndMetadata, which is defined as

File contentFile
HashMap metadata_fields_values: String staging_metadata_fields, String source_metadata_values


Please let me know how the relation between these two classes be specified using class diagrams. Will there be just an arrow from IFetchContentSource to ContentAndMetadata
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>>will there be just an arrow from IFetchContentSource to ContentAndMetadata

The other way around, and the arrow head is uncoloured
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Does that mean that arrow should point to IFetchContentSource
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That's right
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:-)
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