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== Monday - Wednesday (6/10/19 - 6/12/19) ==
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'''Agenda:'''
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* Final exam exemption slips
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* Complete and demonstrate Java GUI End-of-year Project
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== Tuesday - Thursday (6/4/19 - 6/6/19) ==
 
== Tuesday - Thursday (6/4/19 - 6/6/19) ==
 
'''Agenda:'''
 
'''Agenda:'''
 
* Final exam exemption slips
 
* Final exam exemption slips
* Java GUI End-of-year Project - due June 10th or 12
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* Java GUI End-of-year Project - due June 10th or 12th
 
*# Find a paper-based form in real life that you want to convert into an electronic form
 
*# Find a paper-based form in real life that you want to convert into an electronic form
 
*#* The form must have at least 10 fields
 
*#* The form must have at least 10 fields

Revision as of 08:33, 10 June 2019

Monday - Wednesday (6/10/19 - 6/12/19)

Agenda:

  • Final exam exemption slips
  • Complete and demonstrate Java GUI End-of-year Project

Tuesday - Thursday (6/4/19 - 6/6/19)

Agenda:

  • Final exam exemption slips
  • Java GUI End-of-year Project - due June 10th or 12th
    1. Find a paper-based form in real life that you want to convert into an electronic form
      • The form must have at least 10 fields
    2. Create a GUI that represents the paper-based form
    3. Implement a save button so that the form's data is written to file (you need to use a JFileChooser)
    4. Implement a load button so that the form's data can be reloaded (you need to use a JFileChooser)
    5. Implement error-checking such that no field is left empty
      • Output an error message via a JDialog box message
    6. Implement error-checking that requires numerical fields to only allow numbers
      • Output an error message via a JDialog box message

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Tuesday - Thursday (6/4/19 - 6/6/19)

Agenda:

  • Final exam exemption slips
  • Java GUI End-of-year Project - due June 10th or 12
    1. Find a paper-based form in real life that you want to convert into an electronic form
      • The form must have at least 10 fields
    2. Create a GUI that represents the paper-based form
    3. Implement a save button so that the form's data is written to file (you need to use a JFileChooser)
    4. Implement a load button so that the form's data can be reloaded (you need to use a JFileChooser)
    5. Implement error-checking such that no field is left empty
      • Output an error message via a JDialog box message
    6. Implement error-checking that requires numerical fields to only allow numbers
      • Output an error message via a JDialog box message

Archives