No digit Displayed to user 3 If the password is OK but between 6 and 10

No digit displayed to user 3 if the password is ok

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2. No digit Displayed to user: 3. If the password is OK, but between 6 and 10 characters, you will see: 4. If password has more than two of the same characters in a row
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Displayed to user: 5. If password is valid Displayed to user:
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6. If the passwords do not match: Displayed to user:
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6. Based on the file above: Displayed to user when selects Check Passwords in File
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Deliverables : Java files - The src folder with your driver (javafx application), data manager, exceptions and Junit Test (.java) files Javadoc files - The entire doc folder with your javadoc for student generated files Initial and Final UML Class Diagrams (in image format) Design Reflection – how does final design differ from design solution, if at all (see template). Final design may differ completely from solution, may be identical, or may differ in some aspects, as long as the design is workable. Deliverable format : The above deliverables will be packaged as follows. Two compressed files in the following formats: LastNameFirstName_AssignmentX.zip [a compressed file containing the following] Final UML class diagram Design Reflection doc [a directory] please include the entire doc folder with the javadoc for student generated files file1.html (example) file2.html (example) src [a directory] contains your driver (javafx application), data manager, exceptions and Junit Test (.java) files File1.java (example) File2.java (example) File_Test.java (example) LastNameFirstName_AssignmentX_ Moss .zip [a compressed file containing only the following] contains .java file which includes the driver (javafx application), data manager, exceptions and Junit Test (.java) files – NO FOLDERS!! File1.java (example) File2.java (example)
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Grading Rubric CMSC 204 Project #1 Name _____________________________ Overview : There are two parts to the rubric. First, the project is graded on whether it compiles, whether it runs without errors, and whether it satisfies the specifications. These points add up to 100. Second, the score is decremented if various requirements are not met, e.g., no Javadoc, no UML diagram, uses constructs that are not allowed, etc.
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