Phan Huỳnh Quang Tiến - Programming - Assignment 2.docx

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The working application produced must also be demonstrated. Assignment Guidance Task Requirement 1. Development Develop a small software with GUI as Windows Form application. This is an example form. You are encouraged to design a different form using different controls. Page 3
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2. Development report The document portfolio should include: 1. Evidence of how the IDE was used to manage the development of your code. 2. An evaluation of developing applications using an IDE versus developing an application without using an IDE. 3. An evaluation of the debugging process in the IDE used and how it helped with development. 4. An evaluation of coding standards and the benefits to organisations of using them. Submission Format The submission is in the form of documents/files: 1. A report document including sections: Section 1 – Development Document Page 4
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Section 2 – IDE Evaluation Section 3 – Debugging Evaluation Section 4 – Coding standard evaluation 2. An installable and executable version of your application You are required to make use of appropriate structure, including headings, paragraphs, subsections and illustrations as appropriate, and all work must be supported with research and referenced using the Harvard referencing system. Summative feedback Page 5
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Assessor’s Signature Date Page 6
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Page 7 <ATTACHED EVIDENCE>
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Table of Contents I. TASK 1: Development .................................................................................................................. 9 1. Write a program that implements an algorithm using an IDE. [LO3:P3] .......................................... 9 a. Software interface: ............................................................................................................................. 9 b. Detailed description of the screen: .................................................................................................... 9 II. TASK 2: Development report ..................................................................................................... 10 1. Explain the debugging process and explain the debugging facilities available in the IDE.[LO4:P4] 10 a. Class Patient : create objects from this class ................................................................................... 10 b. List <Patient> lstPatient: store list of Patient ................................................................................... 11 c. Explain each function on the screen: ............................................................................................... 12 i. Add Funtion: .................................................................................................................................. 12 i. Update Funtion: ............................................................................................................................ 16 i. Delete funtion: .............................................................................................................................. 20 i. Search funtion: .............................................................................................................................. 22 2. Evaluate how the debugging process can be used to help develop more secure, robust applications.[LO4:M4] ............................................................................................................................... 26 References: ....................................................................................................................................... 28 Page 8
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I. TASK 1: Development 1. Write a program that implements an algorithm using an IDE. [LO3:P3] - Demonstrate implementation of algorithms, using the features of a suitable language and IDE.
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  • Fall '19
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