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LiFiUnit4Ch13,LiFiUnit4Ch13Inevstor

The files must be called <LiFiUnit4Ch13.java> The files must be called <LiFiUnit4Ch13Inevstor.java> (LiFi = Last Initial First Initial)

Proper coding conventions required the first letter of the class start with a capital letter and the first letter of each additional word start with a capital letter.

Only submit the .java files needed to make the program run. Do not submit the .class files or any other files.

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LastInitialFirstInitialUnit3Ch12

The files must be called <LastInitialFirstInitialUnit3Ch12.java>

Proper coding conventions required the first letter of the class start with a capital letter and the first letter of each additional word start with a capital letter.

Only submit the .java file needed to make the program run. Do not submit the .class file or any other file.

5%

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Include properly formatted prologue, comments, indenting, and other style elements as shown in Chapter 2 starting page 64 and Appendix 5 page 881-892.

5%

Topics covered in chapter

LastInitialFirstInitialUnit2Ch10

The files must be called <LastInitialFirstInitialUnit2Ch10.java>

Proper coding conventions required the first letter of the class start with a capital letter and the first letter of each additional word start with a capital letter.

Only submit the .java file needed to make the program run. Do not submit the .class file or any other file.

5%

Style Components

Include properly formatted prologue, comments, indenting, and other style elements as shown in Chapter 2 starting page 64 and Appendix 5 page 881-892.

5%

Topics covered in chapter

LiFiUnit8Ch18

The files must be called <LiFiUnit8Ch18.java>

The files must be called as specified above, (LiFi = Your Last Initial Your First Initial)

Proper coding conventions required the first letter of the class start with a capital letter and the first letter of each additional word start with a capital letter.

Only submit the .java files needed to make the program run. Do not submit the .class files or any other files.

5%

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LiFiUnit7Ch17

The files must be called <LiFiUnit7Ch17.java>

The files must be called as specified above, (LiFi = Your Last Initial Your First Initial)

Proper coding conventions required the first letter of the class start with a capital letter and the first letter of each additional word start with a capital letter.

Only submit the .java files needed to make the program run. Do not submit the .class files or any other files.

5%

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LiFiUnit6Ch15

The files must be called <LiFiUnit6Ch15.java> LiFiTime.java (Time class file)

The files must be called as specified above, (LiFi = Your Last Initial Your First Initial)

Proper coding conventions required the first letter of the class start with a capital letter and the first letter of each additional word start with a capital letter.

Only submit the .java files needed to make the program run. Do not submit the .class files or any other files.

5%

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Select from a list of home appliances which includes a laundry washer or cloth washer, among other appliances

Enter the cost per kilowatt hour.

 

 

Select from a list of home appliances which includes a laundry washer or cloth washer, among other appliances.

Great Outdoors Tours is a small business that organizes day-long, guided trips of Massachusetts

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Great Outdoors Tours is a small business that organizes day-long, guided trips of Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The company provides customers with a wide variety of hiking, biking, and paddling trips for all levels of experience. With a recent growth in business, Great Outdoors Tours has developed a database in Access 2013 to organize its records. The company would like your help with presenting data in attractive reports and forms that highlight certain information.

 

Throughout this course, you develop a basic website that uses various JavaScript structures

IT/238 Version 7 Associate Level Material

Appendix A

 

Final Project Overview and Timeline

 

Final Project Overview

 

Throughout this course, you develop a basic website that uses various JavaScript structures. The theme for your website is your choice, but it must be consistent across all pages. The following are some ideas to help you get started:

 

IJVM

Part 1: using what you have learned about IJVM, convert the following Java code into IJVM. Submit the code in a written document.

k = j + l;

If (k == 4)

L = 16;

else

 

j = j - 2;

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