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Grade Sheet for Program 4

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Grade Sheet for Program 4 Summer 2010 COP 2551 Worth 100 points (excluding possible bonus points) Source Code – 20 points Indentation and alignment Internal comments – need Javadoc for each method and certainly each class Scope terminators big on this. End of fors, whiles, nested structures, classes, methods… Overall program structure Should have at least two classes. You may have a third class for your I/O concerns. . Program Design – 30 points Architectural Design (UML) (15 points) Appropriateness of the objects and their services provided Put methods where the data is defined. Interface to objects Attribute and method visibility Detail Design – Pseudocode (15 points) Each method (non-trivial ones) are to have pseudocode to reflect the logic to be implemented. You should build these pseudocode text efforts in a single file called pseudocode.progrma4.txt. Be certain to follow the rules discussed in class and shown via examples.
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Unformatted text preview: Loops, indentation, scope terminators are essential. Include pseudocode for both Main and State classes and their methods. Javadoc – 10 points Appropriateness and completeness of comments Must generate Javadoc in prescribed manner. If done incorrectly, will not have the same number of artifacts in the dist folder. Grade Javadocs very easily this time… UML – 10 points. Must have the classes, attributes, methods and class connections done in accordance with examples in your book. Include visibility indicators as discussed previously. Outputs – 30 points Accuracy and Format Skip lines in between displayed numbers for readability. Include headers / descriptors as you may feel appropriate. Needs to be professional looking……………… Program must run correctly to receive a passing grade. Start early and do this a little at a time....
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