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Unformatted text preview: 1.124J Foundations of Software Engineering Problem Set 7 Due Date: Thursday 11/16/00 Reference Readings: From Java Tutorial All material from the previous problem sets Problem 1: [100%] In this problem set you need to write a Java application which would simulate a moving pole. The program should be able to read values of displacements from the pole data file and then allow the user to simulate the motion of the pole as it moves according to the displacements provided in the pole. data file. The file has values of times and displacements. Initially the program should look as the one shown below: It should have a start (or go) button to start the simulation, a stop button to stop it, a continue button to continue a simulation that has been stopped and a reset button to start a simulation from the beginning, i. e. when time is equal to zero. All buttons should be disabled initially since no input data is available upon launching the program. upon launching the program....
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course ESD 1.124 taught by Professor Kevinamaratunga during the Fall '00 term at MIT.

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