JAVA project/paper/UML diagram

Java code (150 lines) paper(500 words) UML diagram In addition to the correctness of your code, part of your grade will be based on how organized your code is – how easy is it to read and understand. Proper spacing will aid you in this regard.

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Description: Choose a project that you will implement using the JAVA programming language. This project must be created using a NetBeans IDE. Do not use any other language or IDE. The following are the parts of this project: 1. Complete JAVA Program This program must be completed by all members of the group. This program must use at least 2 classes, 1 loop, 1 recursive function, and 1 function that is used for exception handling. This function needs to use a Try.. Catch statement in order to achieve exception handling. In addition to the correctness of your code, part of your grade will be based on how organized your code is – how easy is it to read and understand. Proper spacing will aid you in this regard. If your instructor finds a copy of your code from any other source, everyone in your group will receive a 0 for this project. You can expand on another person’s code if you have permission. If so, you need to explain where you got the code from and what exactly you added to it in your research paper. All code must be at least 150 lines long. When you turn in the JAVA code in the dropbox include all files that are necessary to run it. Compress the entire folder you are working in into a .zip folder. Do not compress it into any other file type such as .rar or .7z as this will result in a grade of 0. The JAVA program is worth 80% of the project grade. 2. Research Paper This paper will include your name(s) and the title of your project. It will also need to incorporate the following: a. Why did you choose this project? b. What does it compute? What are the inputs to and the outputs from your program? c. Describe how the program works. You can do this part of the paper in the form of a numbered algorithm. It doesn’t need to be in a paragraph if you choose not to. d. What have you learned from this project? e. Indicate where the 2 classes, 1 loop, 1 recursive function definition, 1 exception handling function definition are located (state the file and line numbers). This will help me to grade your work faster. f. Include a UML Diagram for your project. g. Include a Works Cited page if you used code from other authors. This paper must be at least 500 words long. This paper must be either a .pdf or .doc document. The Research paper is worth 10% of the project grade. Notes: 1. Make sure that your submission is less than 50 MB. If it is greater than 50 MB, then Blackboard may not successfully store it. 2. You cannot simply copy someone else’s code without citing it. This will result in a grade of 0 for the entire group.

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