majorlab4 - CS 112 Major Lab #4 BabyNames Application Part2...

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CS 112 Major Lab #4 BabyNames Application – Part2 (version 1.2) Due : Wednesday, November 21, noon. How : Submit printouts to me, and save a copy of the project in your network account folder. Working alone, solve the following programming assignment. Keep in mind that academic dishonesty is defined as the giving or receiving of unauthorized aid (see the course syllabus for more details). Late programs are not accepted. 0. Grading policy You will be graded primarily on design and correctness: a program that works correctly will typically earn a score of 85 (out of 100), a program that doesn’t run is worth maybe 10-20 points. A program that runs but produces incorrect output is worth something in between; you are responsible for testing your own programs. Good programming design includes concepts such as letting the “worker” objects do the work of reading and writing formatted data. Basic efficiency includes using loops whenever appropriate. The remaining 15 points of your grade will be based on commenting and readability. For now, this means… Each Java source file must contain a header comment, including your name, the date, the lab assignment, and a brief summary of what the file represents. You should also use readable variable names (e.g. “tictactoe” and “keyboard” instead of “t” and “k”, but “i” for index is okay.), Use proper indentation to make your program easier to understand, and use whitespace (i.e. blank lines) to separate blocks of your program & enhance readability. Finally, comments must be added to all major sections of your program to describe what each section is doing — for now this implies comments at the top of each method, the top of each chain of if-then-else statements, and the top of each loop.
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CSCI 112 taught by Professor Yuen during the Fall '07 term at Lake Forest.

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majorlab4 - CS 112 Major Lab #4 BabyNames Application Part2...

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