Your submission should follow our general guidelines. Please follow
object-oriented principles. Include source code and executable jar files for all programs.
- Write a program to read a list of resistors from a file and calculate
the parallel resistance. Use your Resistor class and an ArrayList
to store the resistors. Use a FileChooser to select the input file.
String.split function to parse the input lines.
See Parsing strings with split
Demonstrate using example.txt
- Extend your resistor class to include location variables and a
draw function. Extend the previous
program to read location variables (in addition to resistor name and value) from a file. For example:
R1 500 50 100
where (50, 100) is the location on the screen. Your new program should draw the resistors. Demonstrate with
at least four resistors.
- Write a class to represent an object with different
states such as a switch (on/off), light bulb (on/off or (off/green/red))
or emoticon (happy/sad). Screen
location should be a property of the object. Provide a function
to draw the object on the screen.
Write a main program with a
JButton that causes the object
to change states.
- Write a Java Swing program to demonstrate your knowledge of
the Java graphics operations by creating a unique and interesting drawing.
Use as many Graphics 2D features as you can – strokes, filled shapes,
polygons, arcs, rectangles, etc.
- Modify your group project to draw the object on the screen. Each group member should write
a separate test program.
- Write a program that animates an object (Resistor, state object, or group object) and moves it around the screen.
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last updated 16 Feb 2020