CS180 Project 1

CS180 Project 1 - CS 180 Project 1 Fall 2010 Assigned...

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CS 180 Project 1 Fall 2010 Assigned: September 8, 2010 Due: Friday, September 24, 2010 [Please view late submission policy .] This draft: Wednesday September 8, 2010 Changes made after project announcement: (a) September 8, 2010 [See section 6] (b) September 10, 2010: (i) Section 1 JOptionPane replaced by Scanner. (ii) Name moved from appearing before “Shipping Address” to immediately following it. See Section 6. (ii) Section 1 JOptionPane replaced by Scanner. (c) Output specified more clearly in Section 6. (d) September 16. Tax rate output corrected in Section 6. Project designed and coded by: Jaye Franklin, Tyler Holtzer Edited by: Tim Korb, Aditya Mathur 1. Goal This project is designed to be your first computer science project at Purdue. It is not intended to be extremely difficult, rather it should cover the knowledge you have covered up until now, such as input and output to the console, input and output using Scanner class, as well as the fundamentals of making a Java program. 2. Setup Before you begin, you need to create a folder called “project1” in the CS180 folder to hold your . java file for this lab. Use the command prompt to create this folder and open up DrJava. Here are some of the commands if you forgot them from the first lab. cd [folder name] -changes your current directory to the name of the directory given % cd CS180 mkdir [folder name] -creates a new folder in the current directory % mkdir project1 drjava [file name] – opens DrJava, file name optional(as long as it adheres to the coding standards) % drjava Project1.java
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3. The Story [Fictional] Online sales tax has always been a difficult problem for the United States Government, It is difficult to track the online sales, and it is difficult to decide on the percent of sales tax that they should pay as taxes vary across states. . Although the Government leaves a
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CS180 Project 1 - CS 180 Project 1 Fall 2010 Assigned...

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