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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 1
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I, as a student of Thakur Polytechnic from Third Year – Information Technology, have great pleasure in presenting my efforts of developing a Visual Java Editor in a satisfactory and appreciable form. My efforts have been a success due to the co-operation and encouragement of the entire department without which a project of this magnitude, given the restriction of time, would not have been possible. I am grateful to the management of Thakur Polytechnic, respected Principal Mr.S.M. Ganechari, HOD of IF Department, Mr. Mahesh Gurunani Sir and HOD of Computer Engineering Department, Mr. Manish Salvi Sir for granting me permission to take up this challenge, my Project Guide Mr.Vinod Patil Sir for his valuable guidance and all the staff members of Information Technology Dept. as also the Computer Engineering Department and all the Laboratory Assistants for their support to make my endeavor successful. Last, but not the least, a debt of gratitude to this Institution for the well-equipped Library, which was of great help to me. VINITA VELANDY T. 2
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PREFACE 3
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Nothing in this world is constant except ‘change’. Changes are made to make life comfortable. In this technical world, computers play a special and important role in our daily life. The field of information technology is growing by leaps and bounds and various innovative ideas are settling paths to perfection and comfort. The numerous softwares available in the market or which are in great demand in the market make our life easy-going and help solve problems of our daily life as fast as nanoseconds. Softwares are cheaper as compared to hardware creations because hardware involves one or more circuits which are to be properly maintained and it should also have a software to make the hardware perform desired functions. 4
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INDEX Chapter No. Sub topic Sub topic s Name Page no. 1 INTRODUCTION 6 1.1 Visual Java Editor 1.2 Goal 1.3 Detailed Problem Statement 1.4 Understanding the Problem 1.5 Visual Programming 1.5.1 Advantages of Visual Programming 1.6 About Linux 2 PROJECT PLAN 2.1 Feasibility Study 2.1.1 Operational Feasibility Unnecessary Code Generation Package Inclusion Problem 2.1.2 Technical Feasibility 2.1.3 Cost /Benefit Analysis 2.2 Life-cycle Phase 2.3 System Analysis 2.3.1 Introduction 2.3.2 Executive Summary 2.3.3 Application Context Information Gathered Chapter No. Sub topic Sub topic s Name Page no. Issues Addressed User Interface Program 2.3.4 Character-based System 5
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Graphical User Interface 2.3.6 The Need for Visual Programming 2.3.7 Rapid Application Development (RAD) 2.4 System Requirements 2.4.1 Minimum Hardware Requirements 2.4.2 Minimum Software Requirements 2.4.3 Functional Requirements 2.4.4 Environmental Requirements 2.4.5 Other Requirements 2.5 Data Flow Diagrams(DFD) About Second Level DFD for Back-end Editor About Second Level DFD for Front-end Editor 2.6 System Design 2.6.1 Architecture of the Project Toolbox Code View Design View Chapter No. Sub
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