- Complete exercise 1.3 in your textbook.
- For each of the 10 actions, copy the observed error message or capture a screenshot depicting result.
- If no error message, attempt to run the program.
- If an error occurs when running the program, copy the observed error message or capture a screenshot.
- Results from items a, b, and c will be copied to a Microsoft Word document with a name of the form LastnameFirstnameOne.
- The document should be formatted clearly identify the result of each of the 10 actions.
- Complete exercise 2.3, steps 1 through 6 in the textbook.
- Complete exercise 3.3 in the textbook.
- Basic style requirements:
- As noted in the textbook, the primary examples in the reading are succinct in that they minimize comments and utilize terse variable names to conserve page space. Reviewing the example files provided, one observes more appropriate style.
- Inside your Java programs (Java source code) be sure to include all necessary comments. At the beginning of each Java program you must include the following minimum lines of comments .
// Exercise Name: Exercise 2.3 Time.java
// Student Name: Your Name
// Date: October 10, 2019
// This program demonstrates use of basic arithmetic operators and
// initiates thinking about compound entities represented by multiple values.
- Variable names must be meaningful in appropriate case.
- Class names and method names must be meaningful in appropriate case.
- Statements will be appropriately indented as depicted in the textbook examples (set Indent Level of DrJava to 5).
- Java source code must be well written, readable with appropriate white space, and inline comments.
- Each successful program should include a .java and a .class file.
- All elements of the assignment will be in a single folder (see Instruction 2) .
- Create a zip archive of the workshop folder including all files and exercise folders and submit it for grading using the assignment submission link.
- For example, Exercise 2.3 will produce the files Time.java (source) and Time.class (compiled) in an exercise folder.
- The workshop folder will include a Word document for exercise 1.3 and exercise folders for exercises 2.3 and 3.3.
- The following will result in the loss of points:
- Insufficient comments, unconventional variable naming, or unstructured program formatting in the programming that may cause reading difficulty.
- Any minor grammar related compile error, or any major structure or function related compile error that causes a compile failure generating a new .class file.