# Continued question 6 10 marks complete the board

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CONTINUED Question 6 (10 marks) Complete the Board class below which is used to play the Connect Four game as required in Assignment 04. The Board class uses a single String (called data ) to represent the positions occupied by counters in an N*N board used to play Connect Four. Write a method called setValue() which is used to set the value at a given ( x,y ) position in the Board to a given character. Write a second method called add() which is used to add a value to a given column. The value added to the column should "fall" down to the bottom of that column (i.e. it will be placed in the lowest empty position in the given column). public class Board { public static final char YELLOW='X'; public static final char RED='O'; public static final char EMPTY='.'; private String data; // Each position in the board is // represented by a single // character private int size; // The height and width of the // board public Board(int n) { size = n; data = ""; for(int i=0; i<n; i++){ for(int j=0;j<n;j++) data+=EMPTY; } } public char getValue(int x, int y) { return data.charAt(y*size+x); } // Sets the value at a given (x,y) position on the board. public void setValue( int x, int y, char c ) { data = data.substring(0, y * size + x) + c + data.substring(y * size + x + 1); (3 marks) } // Adds the given character to the board. The character // will be added to the lowest empty position in the // column specified public void add( int x, char c ) { for(int i = size - 1;i >= 0; i--){ if(getContent(x,i) == EMPTY){ setContent(x,i,c); break; } } (7 marks) } }

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Question/Answer Sheet - Page 11 - CompSci 101 SURNAME: ...................................................... FORENAMES: ........................................................... CONTINUED Question 7 (5 marks) The following application makes use of a Car class. Read the application carefully and look at the output which is produced. You must complete the Car class so that the code below will produce the correct results. public class TestCar { public static void main(String[] args){ Car c1 = new Car("Honda", "Blue", 1978); Car c2 = new Car("Mini", "Red", 1974); System.out.println(c1); c1.drive(2000); System.out.println(c1); c1.drive(3000); System.out.println(c1); c2.drive(5043); if(c1.isOlderThan(c2)) System.out.println(c1); else System.out.println(c2); } } When the application above is executed, the output below is produced. Blue 1978 Honda. Has travelled: 0kms. Blue 1978 Honda. Has travelled: 2000kms. Blue 1978 Honda. Has travelled: 5000kms. Red 1974 Mini. Has travelled: 5043kms.
Question/Answer Sheet - Page 12 - CompSci 101 SURNAME: ...................................................... FORENAMES: ........................................................... CONTINUED Complete the Car class in the space provided: public class Car { private int year, milage; private String make, colour; public Car(String make, String colour, int year){ this.make = make; this.colour = colour; this.year = year; this.milage = 0; } public String toString(){ String result = colour + " " + year + " " + make + ". Has travelled: " + milage + "kms."; return result; } public void drive(int d){ milage += d; } public boolean isOlderThan(Car c){ return year < c.year; } } (5 marks)

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Question/Answer Sheet - Page 13 - CompSci 101 SURNAME: ...................................................... FORENAMES: ........................................................... CONTINUED Question 8 (11 marks) Consider the following JPanel class carefully: import java.awt.*; import javax.swing.*; import java.awt.event.*; public class MyJPanel extends JPanel implements ActionListener { private JButton b1, b2, b3; private int number; public MyJPanel() { setBackground(Color.white); number = 10; b1 = new JButton("One"); b2 = new JButton("Two"); b3 = new JButton("Three"); b1.addActionListener(this); b3.addActionListener(this); add(b3); add(b2); add(b1); }
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