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a. You can draw this by hand and scan it in to your document. b. You can draw this using MS Word drawing tools. c. You can draw this with Visio and importing the figure into your MS Word document. d. You can install and use dia. Part B (code and report) [20 points]: This is the completed code and report for your assignment. It is okay if your final program does not match your diagram from Part A completely. In fact, some deviation is normal, since you may need to modify the design once you start implementation. However, the code you turn in should clearly be derived from your original design. Important : Be careful not to get carried away! Start with a very small, very simple program that works and build upon it slowly and carefully. It’s okay to have big ideas, but make sure you have a plan to create something with a small scope first that meets the homework specifications before you do any “additional enrichment.” Other thoughts: If you are uncertain about what meets the requirements, ask for clarification . If you are paralyzed for ideas about what to do, feel free to modify the Library or Ball animation examples we have discussed in class. Alternatively, consider enhancing a previous assignment to add functionality to it. You might think about writing a program that will be useful for you to use in the future or is related to another course you are taking. Logistics:
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There is no starter code for this project. To create a new BlueJ project, go to Project->New Project. Name your project. From there, you can create new class files. BlueJ will create starter code for you when you create a class. Tammy usually deletes this and starts from scratch. Turning in part A: Submit your word document. Name it username1_username2_proposal.docx if you are working in a partnership. If working alone, name it username_proposal.docx. Submit this file to Moodle. Turning in part B: Create a zip file containing your entire BlueJ project and your summary report. Name it username1_username2_HW8.zip if working in a partnership. If working alone, name it username_HW8.zip. Submit this file to Moodle. Just one set of files is needed from one of partners if you worked in a partnership. Grading Guidelines: Part A will be graded as shown above (out of 7 points). Your code for Part B will be graded on a scale of 0 to 7 in two categories: Code Quality: Design, Implementation Style, Comments, Clarity Code Functionality: Functionality of code and adherence to your design from part A; should meet the requirements in the specification above
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