topic is library management system Code itself: 11/20 of the total score. The co

topic is library management system Code itself: 11/20 of the total score. The code that you will produce will need to have the following. A GUI that will allow me to explore the functionality of your code. (1%) Any number of written classes/functions that will meet the given criteria. The criteria are for you to… Continue reading topic is library management system
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Chapter 10 Assignment (20 points): Person and Customer Class Your goal is to des

Chapter 10 Assignment (20 points): Person and Customer Class Your goal is to design a class named Person and a class named Customer which extends the Person class. Person Class Create a Person class that contains the following: Class Fields: name, address, and phone number. (2 points) No argument constructor that initializes the object with… Continue reading Chapter 10 Assignment (20 points): Person and Customer Class
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Tasks: Research, design and build a complete Java Graphical Interface for a simp

Tasks: Research, design and build a complete Java Graphical Interface for a simple Java Application of your choice for collecting and processing its data. Your GUI must include the following components: JLabel JTextField JCombobox JRadioButton JCheckBox JTextArea ImageIcon JButton JPanel JFrame The total number of all components (a-g) combined must be 30 components or more.… Continue reading Tasks: Research, design and build a complete Java Graphical Interface for a simp

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topic is library management system Code itself: 11/20 of the total score. The co

topic is library management system Code itself: 11/20 of the total score. The code that you will produce will need to have the following. A GUI that will allow me to explore the functionality of your code. (1%) Any number of written classes/functions that will meet the given criteria. The criteria are for you to… Continue reading topic is library management system
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Chapter 10 Assignment (20 points): Person and Customer Class Your goal is to des

Chapter 10 Assignment (20 points): Person and Customer Class Your goal is to design a class named Person and a class named Customer which extends the Person class. Person Class Create a Person class that contains the following: Class Fields: name, address, and phone number. (2 points) No argument constructor that initializes the object with… Continue reading Chapter 10 Assignment (20 points): Person and Customer Class
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Tasks: Research, design and build a complete Java Graphical Interface for a simp

Tasks: Research, design and build a complete Java Graphical Interface for a simple Java Application of your choice for collecting and processing its data. Your GUI must include the following components: JLabel JTextField JCombobox JRadioButton JCheckBox JTextArea ImageIcon JButton JPanel JFrame The total number of all components (a-g) combined must be 30 components or more.… Continue reading Tasks: Research, design and build a complete Java Graphical Interface for a simp

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P3-1. Create, load and use a pair of parallel arrays with meaningful data, relat

P3-1. Create, load and use a pair of parallel arrays with meaningful data, related to your topic P3-2. Load the parallel arrays with data from .txt files. NOTE: The files MUST be named file1.txt and file2.txt. P3-3. Create and use a method to load an array with data from a .txt file. HINT: Your method… Continue reading P3-1. Create, load and use a pair of parallel arrays with meaningful data, relat

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Part 1: An Implementation of DefaultMap (18 points) You’ll provide a fast implem

Part 1: An Implementation of DefaultMap (18 points) You’ll provide a fast implementation of an interface called DefaultMap in BST.java. You will implement all the methods defined in the DefaultMap interface. You must ensure that each has the specified big-O bound in the worst case, and argue why based on the documentation of any libraries… Continue reading Part 1: An Implementation of DefaultMap (18 points)
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