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Assignment 2: uGrade

Due Week 10 and worth 200 points

 

This assignment consists of two (2) sections:

A Java program file
A screen shot of the output and a description of your Java program

 

Label each file name according to the section of the assignment for which it is written. Put both sections together in a single zip file and submit the zip file.

 

Imagine that you work as a Java programmer for a software company. Your company is developing a new interactive learning management tool called uGrade. You have the task of creating the functionality that will allow the user to manually enter names and grades. The program will store this information in parallel arrays. Next, it will prompt the user to sort the date by name or by grade and display the sorted data accordingly in an organized table.

 

Section 1: Java Program File

Create a Java program in which you include:

a class called “roster” attributes, which must be last names and numerical grades, and must also be parallel arrays an indefinite loop, which allows the user to manually enter five (5) names and grades and stores them in the array. Note: The loop must end either when the user specifies that they are done or when a maximum of five (5) values have been stored in the arrays, i.e., five (5) names and a corresponding grade for each name

an indefinite loop, which prompts the user to select a sorting criterion or to end the program, and must also use bubble sort. Note: The user may either selectname or grade as the sorting criteria. The program must use bubble sort to sort that data according to the specific criteria and then use another loop to display the data. This process must continue until the user ends the program.
 

Section 2: Screen Shot of the Output and Description of Your Java Program

Create a screen shot of the output and include a description about your Java program.
Submit a screen shot which shows the output of your Java Program. Note: Go to http://www.take-a-screenshot.org/ if you need a tutorial on taking a screen shot.
Include a one (1) page description about your program. Note: Use MS Word for your program description, and place the screen shot of the output from your Java program into the Word file as an attached image.

 

The output should look like this if the user chose to sort by name:

Name             Numerical Grade       

Bailey             97                              

David              88                              

Ericson                        79                             

Frank              99                              

Manning         91

 

 

The output should look like this if the user chose to sort by grade:

Name             Numerical Grade

Frank              99       

Bailey             97

Manning           91

David              88

Ericson                        79

 

Note: The name and grade pairs must stay together.

 

Section 1 and Section 2 will be graded based on the following:

The program must compile, execute, produce correct results, and meet all of the specifications stated in Section 1.
Additionally you must:

Organize the code for user readability.
Organize the code for reusability.
Organize the code for efficiency.
Provide documentation with embedded comments for reader understanding.
Include a one (1) page description about your program.

 

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

Demonstrate the proper use and application of syntax in the Java programming language.
Demonstrate the ability to design, compile, implement, test, and debug simple programs in Java.
Demonstrate the ability to manipulate numbers and character strings in Java.
Compare and contrast classes and objects in Java.
Construct classes through systematic procedures.
Discuss object-oriented design principles.
Compare and contrast abstract and concrete data types.
Demonstrate the ability to implement generic classes and methods.
Declare and use interface types.
Implement loops for repetitive tasks.
Compare and contrast definite loops and indefinite loops.
Write clearly and concisely about Java programming using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions.
Demonstrate the ability to program simple and complex decisions in Java.
Compare and contrast arrays and array lists in Java.

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