Transforming Your Model into Java Code

  • Jacquie Barker


It’s now time to turn our attention back to the class diagram that we produced in Part 2 of the book in order to develop a Java application based on that object-oriented blueprint. We’ll step through all of the Java code necessary to automate a simple command-line version of the SRS application first, so that we may focus solely on what it takes to accurately model the SRS domain information in an 00 programming language. Then, in the next two chapters, well round out our application by adding a means of persisting data from one session to another and a graphical user interface, respectively.


Hash Table Class Diagram Object Reference Java Code Student Class 
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