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Unformatted text preview: Guidelines for Assignments and Labtasks Please observe the following guidelines when submitting source code for your assignments or labtasks: • JDK Compliance: Use Java version 1.5 for all your source code. You can set the Java compliance level in Eclipse by going to Project > Properties > Java Compiler select ”Enable project specific settings” and set the compiler compliance level to 1.5. Java 1.6 differs here and there from 1.5, for example it allows a class to “override” a method in an interface, while in Java 1.5 you can only override methods in superclasses. This has lead to many compile errors in assignment 3 and the labtask 1. • Typos and syntax errors: Make sure you have no typos or syntax errors in your code ! Writing code is different from writing essays. When your essay is not 100% cristal clear or has some typos, the teacher can probably still understand what you want to say. If you program has typos or some errors, the Java compiler CANNOT figure out what went wrong, so it will...
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course CS 11025 taught by Professor Nil during the Spring '11 term at National University of Singapore.

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