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The use of classes and methods is explained and the reusability of such code is demonstrated. The demonstration includes the use of procedures and methods that are predefined.
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6 Specific outcome 5: Demonstrate the use of basic exception handling in a mobile application environment. Range: Catch exception; provide a way to handle the exception while code keeps running Assessment criteria: The student demonstrates in code how an exception is captured. The demonstration also includes code to deal with the exception to prevent a program from halting. Specific outcome 6: Identify areas in the community for which relevant mobile applications can be developed. Range: Identify areas in the community where there is a lack of mobile applications, for example, multilingual (English–Bantu language) online applications and applications for the calculation of fuel consumption. Assessment criteria: 3 LECTURER(S) AND CONTACT DETAILS 3.1 Lecturer(s) The primary lecturer for this module is: Mrs CJ van Staden Tel: +27 11 670 9429 E-mail: [email protected]and [email protected]Before you contact us telephonically, check if we are available. The School of Computing has a dedicated website, called Osprey: . Select the option “SoCregistered students”. Select your module codes on the right-hand side, for example, ICT2612. You will then be able to see who is available and which telephone numbers or e-mail addresses to use to contact us. E-tutors Qualified e-tutors who have been appointed by Unisa are available to assist you with the module. Online tutorials are conducted by these e-tutors and are offered free of charge. All you need to be able to participate in e-tutoring is a computer with an internet connection. If you live close to a Unisa regional centre or a telecentre contracted with Unisa, feel free to visit any of these centres to access the internet. E-tutoring takes place on myUnisa, where you are