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Provide a way for the user to “clear” the text area.Example of creating a Concordance from an input fileSelect an input file and an output file. PrideAndPrejudice.txt was used.Sample of output file:
Example of Creating a Concordance from text:Using “Create Concordance” button displays Concordance in text area
Deliverables: Java files - The src folder with your driver (javafx application), data element, data manager and Junit Test (.java) filesJavadoc files - The entire doc folder with your javadoc for student generated filesInitial Design and Final Design (UML Class Diagrams)Design ReflectionDeliverable format: The above deliverables will be packaged as follows. Two compressedfiles in the following formats:LastNameFirstName_Assignment4.zip [a compressed file containing the following]Final Design.jpgDesign Reflection.docxdoc [a directory] please include the entire doc folder with the javadoc for student generated filesfile1.html (example)file2.html (example)src [a directory] contains your driver (javafx application), enumerated class, data element, data manager and Junit Test (.java) filesFile1.java (example)File2.java (example)File_Test.java (example)LastNameFirstName_Assignment4_Moss.zip [a compressed file containing only the following]contains .java file which includes the driver (javafx application), enumerated class, data element, data manager and Junit Test (.java) files – NO FOLDERS!!File1.java (example)File2.java (example)
Grading RubricCMSC 204 Project #4Name _____________________________PROGRAMMING(100 pts)Compiles40 pts _____AccuracyPasses public JUnit tests10 pts _____Passes STUDENT JUnit tests5 pts _____Passes private instructor tests10 pts _____Design Reflection was submitted13 pts _____Execution: runs without errors (either run-time or logic errors)22 pts _____Possible Sub-total100 pts _____ REQUIREMENTS(Subtracts from Programming total)