writing and implementing Java code within your application that demonstrates eac

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AssignmentDetails_11_22_2015.pdf


In this assignment, you will be asked to demonstrate what you have learned in the Discussion Board in terms of vector, wrapper classes, conversion, and collection data structures by writing and implementing Java code within your application that demonstrates each of these concepts. Hint: These may be utilized in areas of storing items in the customer order so that you can allow the customer to order more than one sub or beverage. Refer to the sample prototype in Unit 1 for the various item lists you will use. Feel free to add more choices to each of these lists.

Deliverable

The following are the Unit 3 Individual Project deliverables:

  • Update the title page for the Design Document with the Project Name (Unit 3 IP) and date.
  • Add the following section header: Phase 3 Revised Application Screenshots.
  • Add screenshots of each distinct screen from your running application.
  • Name the document yourname_ITSD424_IP3.doc.
  • Submit the design document and the zipped Java project files for grading.

**Here is the data from the Discussion Board:

To improve the overall functionality and efficiency of your sub-ordering Java application, you are considering the use of some of the Java predefined methods. Some of the predefined Java classes and methods you are evaluating include vectors, wrapper classes, conversion methods, and collections data structures to process lists. Within the Discussion Board area, write 5 paragraphs that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas:

  • Thoroughly describe how you would utilize each of the following 4 topic areas to enhance the implementation of your Java sub-ordering application:
    • Vector class and methods (in terms of queue and stack creation and manipulation)
    • Wrapper classes (primitive)
    • Conversion methods (various string conversions)
    • Collections data structures (to build link list, queue, stack, search, and sort)

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