Create a class named StudentArrayList, this class is meant to hold an ordered list of items. This list should have a variable size, meaning an arbitrary number of items may be added to the list. Most importantly this class should implement the interface SimpleArrayList provided. Feel free to add as many other functions and methods as needed to your class to accomplish this task. In other words, you have to write the code for each of the functions specified in the SimpleArrayList interface. Make sure the class that implements SimpleArrayList is named "StudentArrayList" or else the test code will not compile.
All of the documentation for the function guidelines may be found in the interface. This assignment can be a lot of programming if you do not follow the DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) programming principle. Though it may look like a lot of work, in reality, it is much less because many methods depend on each other. If you make sure you call other smaller methods in the larger methods you will save your self a lot of time.
You are not allowed to use any 3rd party data structures or libraries such as Java.Utils.ArrayList or Java.awt.ArrayList
Please use the class SimpleArrayListUnitTest.java to test your code, it is a JUnit test that contains 51 different tests that test all the functions of your class.
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