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20110926 - Office of Instructional and Research Week 4...

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Unformatted text preview: Office of Instructional and Research Week 4 Diving Into Object-Oriented Programming ITI 202 Office of Instructional and Research This week: Monday We dive into the Object Oriented part of OOP. Two-penny tour of the java packages Classes and methods() Finishing up Team Assignment #1 Wednesday Quiz #2! Team Coding revisited Office of Instructional and Research Announcements Week 4 Blog All For One and One For All! (post-apocalyptic mix) Reflect on your first team assignment. What went well? What went wrong? What would you do to make things different if you had the opportunity? What would you be sure to do again? What took you totally by surprise? Blogs should be submitted by 11:59pm, Sunday October 2nd. Office of Instructional and Research Announcements (Continued) Team Assignment #1 is due by 11:55pm tonight. If you have not participated with your team on this coding assignment. You need to do two very important things. 1) Beg forgiveness of your team 2) Get to work on your own individual submission Office of Instructional and Research First assignment: First - learn about Scanner (of java.util.Scanner) - it takes input typed at the key board and brings into you program, you will need this for the program that follows. Second, you and your team will need to decide on a list of 20 favorites (they can be songs, bands, movies, video games, etc.) Third, you and your team will write a program that lists the 20 favorites but with a small twist. The program will print one item and then use the Scanner object to accept my reaction (that is - I'll type a couple of words and then hit enter). Your program will then print out what I typed and then print another favorite. Four, you will submit the written program (the .java) to assignments in sakai. Make sure you and your teammates have your name in the comments within the .java program. A possible snippet of the screen: 17th favorite game - Fall Out" I type in: "Thats old enough that even I have played it" and I hit enter.The program then prints:"Thats old enough that even I have played it and then 18th favorite game - Left 4 Dead" and so on. What is due (recap) : Office of Instructional and Research Questions? Problems? Office of Instructional and Research Diving In! (to WHAT?) The key to good Object Oriented Programming (OOP): Think! What? first then How? Has this been done before? Reduce. Reuse. Recycle!...
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