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WE1xx Identifier Invalid

Umple syntactic error or warning reported when an identifier does not have the correct syntax

In Umple, identifiers used for classes, association role names, types, attributes, state machines, states, events and other elements must be alphanumeric. In addition, class and interface names should start with a capital letter (or _), and other elements should start with a lower case letter. The exact error message you received will tell you which identifier has the problem. The examples below will generate these messages.

Example

// Class with non-alphanumeric name (100)
class @ {}


      

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Another Example

// Warnings from attribute starting with upper case letter (131)
class X {
  Attrib;
}

class Y {}


      

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Another Example

// Attribute name with special characters (130)
class X {
  na$me;
}


      

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Another Example

// Attribute name with special characters that looks like an association (132)
// If this is supposed to be an association, put spaces before and after the -- and *
class X {
  1--*Y;
}

class Y {}


      

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Another Example

// Attribute type with special characters that looks like an association (140)
// If this is supposed to be an association, put spaces before and after the --
class X {
  1--* Y;
}

class Y {}


      

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Another Example

// State machine name with special characters (150)
class X {
  ed%4 {
    s1 {}
  }
}


      

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Another Example

// State  name with special characters (152)
class X {
  ed4 {
    s*1 {}
  }
}


      

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