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java lab assignment

sewgator
sewgator 


write the same program within a class Attachments Tags
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Project folder with comment documentation

heinrichvw
heinrichvw 



Please find the attached project folder compressed into a zip folder.

Efficient and decent code to learn from.
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JUnit report generation An example of overriding the target for project execution could look like this: <target name="run" depends="CalculateProject-impl.jar"> <exec dir="bin" executable="launcher.exe"> <arg file="${dist.jar}"/> </exec> </target> Notice that the overridden target depends on the jar target and not only on

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name="default"/> <!-- ====================== INITIALIZATION SECTION ====================== --> <target name="-pre-init"> <!-- Empty placeholder for easier customization. --> <!-- You can override this target in the ../build.xml file. --> </target> <target depends="-pre-init" name="-init-private"> <property file="nbproject/private/config.properties"/> <property file="nbproject/private/configs/${config}.properties"/> <property file="nbproject/private/private.properties"/>

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<explicit-platform explicit-source-supported="true"/> <source-roots> <root id="src.dir"/> </source-roots> <test-roots>

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the private variables that was fetched from the main class public calculate(int number1, int number2) { this.number1 = number1; this.number2 = number2; } //Method used to fetch the sum of the two numbers public int getSum() { return

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static void main(String[] args) { //initializing the number variables int number1 = 21; int number2 = 7; //instantiating the object and

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