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Unformatted text preview: Ten-Question Exam CSc 2700: Programming Project # 5 A Ten-Question Exam Out: 11/12 Due: 11/23 by 11:50 PM Learning Objectives • event-driven programming • working with checkboxes and radio buttons • working with textfields and labels • working with a message dialog box • more on layout manager Introduction In lecture #21 we discussed radio buttons and check boxes. In this project, you will design a ten-question exam. The exam will consist of two parts. The first part will consist of five true-false questions using checkboxes. The second part will consist of five multiple-choice questions, each of which contains four options only one of which is the correct answer. In this project, you will use many of the components and other GUI elements we have studied in the course so far. Many of the details are left for you to figure out and discover some tricks along the way. Points will be counted of if the end product does not have the look and feel of an electronic exam. You have have to make choices regarding appropriate layout managers to use to structure your components. The exam will also consist of a title indicating what the exam is about and a text field in which the user will type his/her name. The text field should have the initial text ” Type your full name here. ” Here is a sample title: CSC 2700: Introduction to Programming GUI Exam # 2- Fall 2007 [Type your full name here. ] Duncan 1 Fall 2008 Ten-Question Exam CSc 2700: Programming Project # 5 The Question Class This class will consist of, at a minimum, the following elements:...
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- Spring '08
- Check box, Duncan