3538.GradeSheet.P2.Fall2011 - Grade Sheet Program 2 Fall...

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Grade Sheet Program 2 – Fall 2011 – COP 3538 Due date: Monday, October 3 rd start of class. Drop Dean date: Wednesday, start of class, October 5 th Source Code – 20 points Indentation Internal comments Scope terminators Overall program structure Program Architectural Design – 15 points UML: Correctness, associations, completeness. This means that the classes you identify are correct, that associations are indicated, and that the attributes and methods are documented within the classes. Program Detail Design – 15 points Appropriateness of the objects and their services provided Interface to objects Attribute and method visibility You are to include your pseudo-code for your collection class (the one that contains the queues and stack) (15 points) Javadoc – 10 points Appropriateness and completeness of comments ALL methods must have Javadoc comments up front that are meaningful, please. Outputs – 40 points Accuracy and Format Skip lines in between displayed numbers for readability.
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