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Getting Started Project DUE September 2, 2009 (midnight) Do log on to Eagle at http://eagle.cs.usu.edu/ so you will get emails we may send.
 

Summary: CS 5070
Getting Started Project DUE September 2, 2009 (midnight)

Do log on to Eagle at http://eagle.cs.usu.edu/ so you will get emails we may send.

We realize some of you may not have used Java before. Some of you have not used NetBeans nor configured it to run
with an older version of Java. Consider the requirements of this project as what MAY be expected of you on your first job.
If you don't have the specific skills required, acquire them using your skill acquisition techniques (use google, ask a friend,
visit the tutor room, SEND ME EMAIL). Obviously, we will expect less from someone who is using Java for the first time,
but picking up new skills is definitely what will be required on the job.

If you choose to do a project in some other language, adjust this assignment to use THAT language and make sure we
can run it on the server.

The project consists of two parts.
1. Create a simple applet. Create an applet which asks the user:

What is your name? (suppose the user responds, Kyle)
What is your favorite color? (suppose the user responds, Blue)
What is your favorite food? (suppose the user responds,pizza)

  

Source: Allan, Vicki H. - Department of Computer Science, Utah State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences