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CST3110 – Testing and Verification Coursework Project 1

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it is a coursework in testing , java programing , i will attach a description of the coursework

 

Project development and submission

Please follow the instructions below to the letter.

Environment: All work must be done in Eclipse, unless previously agreed with the Module

Leader. The submitted work consists of an Eclipse project of type Java Project. Select

this type when creating your Java project.

Naming: Your Eclipse project must have the name Coursework1CST3110. Give this name

when creating your Java project.

Files to get before starting: Download the file starter.zip from the My Learning page, under “Coursework Project One”. Right-click on your Eclipse project in the Package Explorer and select Import > General > Archive File, then choose the file you just

downloaded.

Read, and make sure you understand, all the code included before starting work.

Before submitting: You may not submit code that does not compile. Syntax errors are not acceptable; if you see red marks on your code, you are not ready for submission!

File to submit: A submission is a .zip file created by right-clicking on your project and then

selecting Export > General > Archive file. Name the .zip file Coursework1CST3110

plus the .zip extension (i.e., Coursework1CST3110.zip). Double-check the contents

of the .zip file before uploading.

Method: Submission is done electronically via the CST3110 My Learning page, under the

folder “Coursework Project 1”, in “Project 1 submissions”. Upload the .zip file to submit

here. Please note that submission are anonymous: do not include in your files your name,

student ID or any other identity-revealing information.

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