Java Editor

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SR.NO TITLE PAGE NO

1. INTRODUCTION..............…………………………..03
2. OBJECTIVES..........................................................06

3. REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS
3.1 SOFTWARE & HARDWARE
REQUIREMENTS ……………........09

3.2 FEASIBILITY STUDY …………………10

4. DESIGN SPECIFICATION
4.1 PROCESS CHART ………………………13
4.2 CLASS DIAGRAM ......…………………...16
4.3 USE-CASE DIAGRAM …………………..17
4.4 COLLABORATION DIAGRAM ………….18
4.5 ACTIVITY DIAGRAM …………………....19
4.6 MODULES IN THE SYSTEM ..................20

5. PROGRAM CODE .....................................................22

6. TESTING
6.1 SYSTEM TESTING ...................................69 6.2 BLACK BOX TESTING ..............................70
6.3 WHITE BOX TESTING ..............................71

7. SCREEN LAYOUTS ..................................................73

8. LIMITATIONS OF THE PROJECT …………………..86

9. FUTURE ENHANCEMENTS ………………………….88

10. CERTIFICATE OF ORIGINALITY..............…………..89

11. BIBLOGRAPHY...........................................................91

Existing System

There are various editors available in the market today. But unfortunately there are very few which provide user-friendliness to the users especially for programmers. The existing editors are very general purposed but do not provide special support to a particular language programmer. The features of an ideal editor are scattered around. There is a need to integrate all features and come up with a better editor for a language especially for the Java language.

Proposed System

The programmer doesn’t need to remember all the keywords provided by Java language. One just has to provide the initial character of the keyword and he could get what he wants. The editor provides many editing features along with some commonly required by programmers. I have provided support for Java language.

In editing features “Java editor” auto completes some frequently used characters such as {[(“’’”)]}. It gives corresponding bracket matching feature, which is very useful when there are too many brackets in the code. Some features required by programmers such as opening multiple files inside an editor.

JAVA EDITOR :

Java Editor is all about providing easier and convenient way for Java programmers to accomplish their task.

The features of this Editor are like:-

* Giving auto completion of keywords.
* Highlighting strings, keywords.
* Bracket matching.
* Multiple Files can be opened.
* Pattern matching.
* Multiple Themes.

Since there is no efficient IDE for Java language, this one can prove to be vital. The Java Editor is made as user-friendly as possible.

OBJECTIVES OF THE SYSTEM :

1. Giving auto completion of keywords
2. Highlighting strings, keywords
3. Bracket matching
4. Status bar
5. Tool bar
6. Jump to a specific line
7. Save all files at once or individually
8. Close all files at once or individually
9. Multiple Files can be opened.
10. Pattern matching
11. Multiple Themes

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS :

Minimum Requirements

Operating system Requirements

Windows 98 / 2000 / XP

Software Requirements

JDK 1.5 or higher

Hardware Requirements

Machine : Pentium
RAM : 64 MB RAM
Hard disk : 2 GB hard disk

FEASIBILITY STUDY :

The feasibility study is carried out by a group of people who are familiar with the information system techniques, understand a part of the business that will be involved in the project and are skilled in system analysis and design...
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