lab1 - Lab 1 Flanagan's Matrix Class This lab explore's the...

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Lab 1: Flanagan's Matrix Class This lab explore's the methods and variables of the Matrix class from Dr. Flanagan's suite of engineering and scientific applications. In class we will first review Flanagan's Matrix class, noting its private instance variables, constructors, accessors, mutators and other methods. Then we will work together to complete the following 6 problems left uncoded in the file MatrixTesterStudent.java You should note how the perspective is considerably more advanced than the simple matrix product example we completed in Java I. Now we are truly thinking in an object-oriented fashion. Here is the incomplete code with the problems stated therein as comments. Step 1: Before you can use this file you must unstuffy the file flanagan.zip This will create a folder called flanagan containing all the source code and compiled class from Dr . Flanagan. Step 2: Open JCreator Lite and create a new project . Be sure to store it in the Z-drive . You will see a folder called Classes. Drag the folder Flanagan inside the folder classes in the Z-drive.
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