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English: Class diagram of a simple client server model where the client communicates with the server by a data structure.
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2007-01-26 20:26 514×346× (28206 bytes) Ervinn Add 'closeCom()' to ComClient.
2007-01-26 20:19 514×346× (27475 bytes) Ervinn Class diagram of a simple client server model where the client communicates with the server by a data structure.

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