Programming Using Java Applications

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Programme:BTEC Higher National Diploma (HND) in Computing H2 Unit Number and Title: Unit 41: Programming in Java
Assignment Ref. Number:41.1- Sample programming using JAVA applications. Module Tutor:Murshed Thakur
Email:murshed.edu@gmail.com/g.murshed@theiet.org
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Learner's Name: …… …………………………. Learner's ID: ………………………………… Date handed-in: ….:………………

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I declare that, apart from properly referenced quotations, this report is my own work and contains no plagiarism; it has not been submitted previously for any other assessed unit on this or other courses.

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Learning outcomes and criteria covered by this assignment

Learners will be able to apply programming methodology sing JAVA programming for solving the real world scenarios using appropriate analysis and design methodologies. This assignment will provide you with an opportunity to present evidence of achievement towards the following learning outcomes and criteria i.e. Pass, Merit Distinction.

LO1 [41.1] Understand the principles of programming in Java LO2 [41.2] Be able to design Java solutions
LO3 [41.3] Be able to implement Java solutions
LO4 [41.4] Be able to test and document Java solutions

P1 [03.1.01] discuss the principles, characteristics and features of programming in Java P2 [03.1.02] critically evaluate the environmental flexibility of programming in Java

P3 [03.2.01] design a Java programming solution to a given problem P4 [03.2.02] explain the components and data and file structures required to implement a given design

P5 [03.3.01] implement a Java programming solution based on a prepared design P6 [03.3.02] define relationships between objects to implement design requirements P7 [03.3.03] implement object behaviours using control structures to meet the design algorithms P8 [03.3.04] identify and implement opportunities for error handling and reporting P9 [03.3.05] make effective use of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) including code and screen templates

P10 [03.4.01] critically review and test a Java programming solution P11 [03.4.02] analyse actual test results against expected results to identify discrepancies P12 [03.4.03] evaluate independent feedback on a developed Java program solution and make recommendations for improvements P13 [03.4.04] create user documentation for the developed Java program solution P14 [03.4.05]create technical documentation for the support and maintenance of a Java program solution.

M1 [03.1] Find and apply appropriate interface design M2 [03.2]Find the appropriate solution for the program M3 [03.3]Find and apply appropriate method/ technique D1 [03.1]Create and apply appropriate methods and classes for program execution. D2 [03.2]Create a Graphical User Interface design using JAVA applet where necessary. D3 [03.3]Write proper comment before every block of code

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Programme:BTEC Higher National Diploma (HND) in Computing H2 Unit Number and Title: Unit 41: Programming in Java
Assignment Ref. Number:41.1- Sample programming using JAVA applications. Module Tutor:Murshed Thakur
Email:murshed.edu@gmail.com/g.murshed@theiet.org
Distribution date:5th Oct 2011
Submission date:14th Dec 2011

An understanding of the general principles and concepts of programming should underpin some of the basic knowledge that learners need. Learners will develop programs and although the content could be delivered from a range of languages, compilers or platforms, the unit should aim to deliver skills and knowledge that will easily transfer to other areas of the qualification life cycle. This unit will design programs using industry techniques in order that learners will adopt...
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