Can Enterprise Architect generate code?
Yes, in Enterprise Architect 7.5 and later releases, in the Business and Software Engineering, Systems Engineering and Ultimate editions, you can generate software and hardware code from Behavioral models.
How to write a state machine in c++?
Creating a new state machine requires a few basic high-level steps:
- Inherit from the StateMachine base class.
- Create a States enumeration with one entry per state function.
- Create state functions using the STATE macros.
- Optionally create guard/entry/exit functions for each state using the GUARD , ENTRY and EXIT macros.
How source code is generated?
Programmers can use a text editor, a visual programming tool or an integrated development environment (IDE) such as software development kit (SDK) to create source code.
Can we generate source code from any kind of diagram?
Mostly, you will need to build codes and scripts for UML class diagrams or entity-relationship diagrams. However, you can also generate code from a UML state machine diagram or any other diagram type with custom-defined templates.
What is the main purpose of code generator?
In computing, code generation is the process by which a compiler’s code generator converts some intermediate representation of source code into a form (e.g., machine code) that can be readily executed by a machine. Sophisticated compilers typically perform multiple passes over various intermediate forms.
What is C++ source code?
Source code is generally understood to mean programming statements that are created by a programmer with a text editor or a visual programming tool and then saved in a file. Object code generally refers to the output, a compiled file, which is produced when the Source Code is compiled with a C compiler.
Who generates the machine code?
Compilers produce assembly code, which is a human-readable version of machine code (eg, instead of 1’s and 0’s you have actual commands). However, the correct assembly/machine code needed to make your program run correctly is different depending on the operating system.