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c# reverse engineer to diagrams

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I have some c# code which I would like to view as a flow chart to see how it all fits to together.

Is there any freeware or feature in visio which I can reverse engineer my code into something like UML.
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I haven't seen any freeware for this, only tools for which you'll have to pay

Visual UML (between $197 and $397)
http://www.visualuml.com/ 

Alvova Umodel (99¬ to 149¬)
http://www.altova.com/features_reverse_engineer.html
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Visual Studio with Visio does this but not sure if it does it well enough for your requirements.
I have VS 2008 pro + Visio for Enterprise Architects but to be honest I don't know if Visio is needed or whether this is part of VS but I suspect visio is needed.
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About reverse engineering code to the UML
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/visio/HP815507451033.aspx
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You can use Reflector (http://www.red-gate.com/products/reflector/). It is a freeware.
There is an addin available for Reflector called AutoDiagrammer by Sacha Barber (http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cs/AutoDiagrammer.aspx).

This will help you.
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Just add a class diagram to the project and open it in design view - it should allow you to access the namspace and auto add the classes to the diagram.
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thanks
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