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24 AUG

posted Aug 22, 2016, 9:35 AM by Tom Culpepper   [ updated Aug 24, 2016, 4:31 AM ]
Circles project update.  After looking at substitutions for the Circle.java lab I'm going to give you one more day to submit it.  I noticed the following issues.
1)  Some of you didn't turn it in.  Turn it in.
2)  Some of you submitted your .java file.  You should have wrapped your .java file in a .zip file and submitted that.  Do it again.
3)  About one quarter of submissions did not compile.  Upon closer inspection I realized these submissions will compile on their own, but are keeping the tester from compiling.  Most of the time this is because you have not named your methods correctly or you are missing them entirely.  To fix this third issue, I'm just going to give you the testFile (see attached).  This lets you grade it for yourself so there really is no excuse for not having a 100 at the end of today.  There are two files.  One tests all the normal requirements.  The other only tests the bonus.
4)  Some of you didn't get 100%.  Fix it.  Turn it in again.

Update:  I just had a visit from myself from the future.  Future Mr. Culpepper told me that on 24 AUG 2016 a bunch of his students mistakenly assumed the above did no apply to them.  As a result, they didn't check the previous submission with the unit test.  Some of their's didn't even compile and got a 0!
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CircleBonusTester.java
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Tom Culpepper,
Aug 23, 2016, 5:47 AM
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CircleTester.java
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Tom Culpepper,
Aug 24, 2016, 4:33 AM
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