demonstrate your understanding of Java programming language covering all the concepts covered throughout the trimester and implementation of those concepts to develop a small java application based on the given specifications This assessment contributes to learning outcomes c and d Value 20% Due Date: Week 10

Purpose This assessment will allow students to demonstrate their understanding of Java programming language covering all the concepts covered throughout the trimester and implementation of those concepts to develop a small java application based on the given specifications This assessment contributes to learning outcomes c and d
Value 20% Due Date: Week 10
Submission: Submit the completed program on Moodle by specified due date and time. All class files with a java extension are to be submitted on Moodie in a single zip folder.
Task Details: You are required to complete 5 practical exercises in Java that covers main topics in your outline. This is individual assignment. The cut-off submission date and time for practical assignment will be 11pm on Sunday of the week 10. All java files will be needed to be saved in a single folder named as Student ID and Name to be submitted as single .zip file on course Moodle page.
Assessment topic. Java applications
Description This is practical assignment covering programming concepts taught from week 1 — 9. You should submit all your class file on Moodie with java extension in a single Zipirar folder
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