The program may be written to run within the BlueJ IDE or Eclipse.
You should provide a “Read Me” text file with your project stating what IDE you used for development. Any other information you feel may be relevant should be put into this file also.
You can download a runtime version of this project (.jar file) from Moodle for further clarification on what is expected.
If you wish to add further functionality to this project, please specify this in the “Read Me” file. If you do decide to add to this project, please be aware that the Interface should not change in terms of layout or core functionality.
This project should contain at least two classes and functionality should be split into short appropriate methods.
You will be required to explain segments of your code to the lecturer after project submission.
You should insert comments to explain your code and to enable the smooth use of the Javadoc tool.
The use of correct Java code conventions will gain extra marks.
All code submitted should be your own work.
Your full project should be thoroughly tested and “zipped” prior to final submission.
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