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M257/TMA Page 1 2015/2016 Fall Faculty of Computer Studies Course Code: M257 Course Title: Putting Java to Work Tutor Marked Assignment – Fall15-16 Cut-off Date: 15 /12 /2015 Total Marks:100 converted to be out of 20 Contents: Page Number TMA Instructions 2 Part 1 3 Part 2 3 Part 3 4 Part 4 5 Plagiarism Warning: As per AOU rules and regulations, all students are required to submit their own TMA work and avoid plagiarism. The AOU has implemented sophisticated techniques for plagiarism detection. You must provide all references in case you use and quote another person's work in your TMA. You will be penalized for any act of plagiarism as per the AOU's rules and regulations. Declaration of No Plagiarism by Student (to be signed and submitted by student with TMA work): I hereby declare that this submitted TMA work is a result of my own efforts and I have not plagiarized any other person's work. I have provided all references of information that I have used and quoted in my TMA work. Name of Student: Signature: Date:
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M257/TMA Page 2 2015/2016 Fall TMA Instructions This TMA assesses your work on Units 1-7 of M257. The marks allocated to each part of a question are indicated in the margin. The total marks for each question are shown at the beginning of each question. For TMA questions that require coding, a number of marks may be awarded for the style of your Java code. This means that we expect you to be consistent and to follow good practice in the naming of identifiers and layout. In this TMA, you should do the following: 1- You should develop the required classes on NetBeans IDE . 2- You must use the same NetBeans Project that is attached with this TMA. Note that you can put it on the default location for NetBeans project under Windows 7 is: Documents/NetBeansProjects. 3- You are required to create a Word file named M257_TMA_Fall15_ID_Name. Then you are required to do the following: Copy and paste the codes of each part and the answers of the theoretical questions, and add snap-shots for the output as it is specified under each part. The TMA for the course has been uploaded to the LMS. You should start working on it right away. Please note the following when working on the TMA: No group work is allowed for the TMA. Each student must submit his/her own solution individually . Copying the answers from any source other than your own work will be considered as plagiarism. Use your own words to answer essay questions. Read carefully the second page of the TMA for important instructions. After you finish solving the TMA, You have 2 submission links: 1- The Regular Submission Link: you need to submit to the regular submission link a compressed file (e.g. zip file) which includes the following: your NetBeans project folder (in Windows 7, you can find this under Documents/NetBeansProjects), 2- The Turnitin submission Link : You need to submit a document Word file including your answers to all questions according to the guidelines on the cover page of the TMA.
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