In the real world though, when a deadline is aproaching, you cant rely on others, you have to do it yourself.
Why would you need software to draw a diagram, whats wrong with a pencil and paper, or ms paint?
but have never done one more before and don't know where to start.
does not align itself with
I DO understand the concept of sequence diagrams and how they related with UML, but
#1 I don't have software such as Visio to do this
#2 I have to spend time on other areas of the report
The two sets of reasons differ greatly.......
I can put my hand on heart and say I dont understand UML or anyother stick figure type diagrams, I have had degree holders draw them for me in the past, but I just kindof smiled and said yes Brian, thats nice, then went of and wrote something that worked.......
One day, when you have your degree, and have a good job, you will probably be called upon to use a diagram like that, and trust me, if you your not able to knock one up in seconds of the top of your head, on paper, then no developer is likely to take you seriously.
Its worth doing it yourself, google is useful, and your supervisor is there to help.
No pain no gain as they say..... and its only monday so you do have plenty of time.
Plus at the end of the day, you can hold your head up and say you earned the degree, instead of getting someone else to help........
Just my way of thinking, if your really stuck, Im sure someone will help out.