How Software Gets Done  


(No Login on Secured Page)

Custom Software Buyers
Request new bids
Search Coders
My Account
 
My Buyer 'To Do' List
 
My bid requests
  My escrow account
 
My General Info
Verification
 
Help for Buyers
Articles for Buyers
FAQ for Buyers
Latest News
 

Custom Software Coders

Newest open work
Browse all work
Search all work
My Account
 
My Coder 'To Do' List
 
My bids
 
My General Info
  My credit account
 
Help for Coders
Articles for Coders
FAQ for Coders
Latest News
 

Affiliates

My account
 
My pipeline
 
My credit account
 
Help for Affiliates
Latest News
 
Newest Open Bid Requests.
Banner Designs
By aaronb on May 13
Max Bid: $10


Convert Unix C to Windows C++
By TonyV on May 13
Max Bid: Open to fair suggestions


Calendar & Brochure in PageMaker
By Garry Craig on May 13
Max Bid: $40


Proffesional Website Design & Corporat ...
By LewisBenge on May 13
Max Bid: Open to fair suggestions


data access objectl for access database
By napas_1999 on May 13
Max Bid: Open to fair suggestions


Screenshots for site redesign
By Ben_J on May 13
Max Bid: $60


Click here to put this ticker on your own site

Open Work Categories.
Database 
(144 open)
   Access 
(59 open)
   MySQL 
(74 open)
   Oracle 
(9 open)
   SQL Server 
(50 open)
   Other DB 
(15 open)
Documentation / Tech Writing 
(32 open)
Data Entry 
(23 open)
Game Development 
(24 open)
Graphics / Art / Music 
(49 open)
   Graphics 
(55 open)
     3d Animation 
(12 open)
   Art (Misc.) 
(21 open)
   Music 
(7 open)
   3d Modeling 
(8 open)
Language Specific 
(111 open)
   ASP 
(69 open)
   C# 
(34 open)
   C++ / C 
(122 open)
   Cold Fusion 
(4 open)
   Delphi 
(32 open)
   Java 
(54 open)
   Perl 
(35 open)
   PHP 
(93 open)
   XML/XSL 
(21 open)
   Visual Basic 
(140 open)
   Visual Basic .Net 
(77 open)
   Other 
(53 open)
Misc 
(43 open)
   CAD 
(2 open)
MultiMedia 
(43 open)
Network 
(37 open)
   Network Design 
(8 open)
   Network Implementation 
(11 open)
Platforms 
(72 open)
   Windows 
(151 open)
     MS Exchange 
(4 open)
     MS Office 
(13 open)
     Other 
(7 open)
   Darwin 
(1 open)
   Internet Browser 
(46 open)
   Linux 
(46 open)
   UNIX 
(22 open)
   Hand Held/PDA Programming 
(11 open)
Requirements 
(11 open)
Security 
(35 open)
Testing / Quality Assurance 
(20 open)
Web 
(168 open)
   Page Design 
(84 open)
   Flash 
(57 open)
   Web Services 
(72 open)
   Web (Other) 
(92 open)
Training 
(12 open)
   Computer Based 
(14 open)
 
Other
 
Other Sites

Download the free Rent A Coder IE toolbar!
 
Show Bid Request

Slot Machine Wheel
Bid Request Id: 35262
Bookmark in my 'To Do' list
Posted by: aaronad (1 ratings)
(Software buyer rating 9)
Non-action Ratio: Very Good - 0.00%
Posted: Nov 13, 2002
3:41:45 PM EDT
Bidding Closes: Nov 16, 2002
11:30:00 PM EDT
Viewed (by coders): 120 times
Deadline: 11/17/2002
TIME EXPIRED
Phase:
100% of work completed and accepted. Coder has been paid.
Max Accepted Bid: Bidding is closed
Project Type: Personal Project / Homework Help
Bidding Type: Open Auction
Categories: Java
Enter chat room for this bid request
(0 active users at May 13, 2003 12:38:57 PM EDT)

Description:
PROBLEM STATEMENT:
In the last programming assignment, we broke the bank of the Low Rollers Casino. This time, we will expand on the Slot Machine idea but use a more realistic model, in terms of the slot machineoperation and the cost to payoff averages. In this assignment, you will use class inheritance to define two different types of slot machines. The overall design is shown below in a UML diagram:
SlotMachine(-name-cost-payoff+ pull+getName+getCost)
<-Slot2Wheel Slot3Wheel
InputReader
Assign5(+main)
Note that the SlotMachine class is an abstract class, and its pull() method is an abstract method. You will define two subclasses, the Slot2Wheel and the Slot3Wheel classes, as extensions of the abstract class. Some of the attributes and methods for the abstract class, SlotMachine, are shown in the UML diagram above. You may add more if desired, and you can decide which attributes and methods should be included in the other classes. The only class that will contain a main method is the Assign5 class. All other classes must have constructors. The InputReader class is our old favorite from assignments #3 and #4 and will be provided as before. The name of the input file will be provided as a command line argument.

Deliverables:
*See attached zip file For the detailed description of program. The document is using Microsoft Works -word processor.

Concepts used:
Class inheritance, superclasses and subclasses, creating a new class from an existing class, abstract classes, using the keyword super, understanding polymorphism, casting objects and the instanceof operator, interfaces, arrays (declaring, creating,
initializing and processing them), sorting algorithms, the bubble sort algorithm



Platform:
Java Program (using Windows 98 & Blue J v 1.3.1)Use InputReader.java as follows:
import java.io.*;

/**************************************
* This class opens a file for reading.
* Usage Examples:
*
* // open a file named input.txt
* InputReader myFile = new InputReader("input.txt");
*
* // read a line from the file
* String nextLine = myFile.readLine();
**************************************/
public class InputReader {
static BufferedReader file; public InputReader(String fileName) { try {
file = new BufferedReader(new FileReader(fileName));
}
catch(FileNotFoundException e) {
System.out.println("Error! File not found!");
System.exit(0);
}
}

public static String readLine() {
try {return(file.readLine());}
catch(IOException e){return null;}
}
}

Must be 100% finished and received by buyer on:
Nov 17, 2002 EDT
Deadline legal notes: All times are expressed in the time zone of the site EDT (UT - 5). If the buyer omitted a time, then the deadline is 11:59:59 PM EDT on the indicated date.

Additional Files:
This bid request includes IMPORTANT additional attached files. Please download and read fully before bidding.



Remember that contacting the other party outside of the site (by email, phone, etc.) on all business projects < $500 (before the buyer's money is escrowed) is a violation of both the software buyer and seller agreements. We monitor all site activity for such violations and can instantly expel transgressers on the spot, so we thank you in advance for your cooperation. If you notice a violation please help out the site and report it. Thanks for your help.
 
Bidding/Comments:
All monetary amounts on the site are in United States dollars.
Rent a Coder is a closed auction, so coders can only see their own bids and comments. Buyers can view every posting made on their bid requests.

See all rejected bids (and all comments)
Name   Bid Amount 
 
Date   Coder Rating  
This bid was accepted by the buyer!
keyser
(10 ratings)
in san francisco, California
United States
Bid id: 387,287
 
$15 (USD) Nov 13, 2002
11:20:51 PM EDT
 9.7
(Excellent)
   
Hello Aaron,
As a Sun certified programmer I can do this assignment very quick after you choose my bid. I will provide a fully commented code.
Best regards,
Eric.
 




Quick Search
 

 Advanced Search
Newest Open Work
Latest News

 
Credentials


 

 
Rent A Coder upholds the rigorous business practices required to be both a BBB member and Square Trade vendor.
  • All customer issues addressed within 2 days
  • Openly disclosed pricing and return policies
  • Participation in mediation at buyer request
  • Superior selling track record
This site is verified through its parent company, Exhedra Solutions, Inc.
 

Rent A Coder Top Coders.


Anuj Gakhar
Rated a 9.98 on 92 jobs 
Securenext
Rated a 9.98 on 97 jobs 
Buddies
Rated a 9.82 on 76 jobs 
Codman
Rated a 9.97 on 140 jobs 
Andrei Remenchuk
Rated a 10 on 12 jobs 
Michael Sharp
Rated a 9.97 on 170 jobs 
RNA
Rated a 9.93 on 36 jobs 
teleCODERS
Rated a 9.93 on 67 jobs 
hernest
Rated a 10 on 109 jobs 
markesh
Rated a 10 on 21 jobs 

See all top coders...

(What makes a top coder?)

Top Exam Scorers
 
Other
Rent A Coder is PayPal verified through its parent company, Exhedra Solutions, Inc.

Created in partnership with:

 


Affiliate Sites



Latest News | About Us | Kudos | Feedback/Contact    Affiliates | Advertise    Privacy | Legal

Copyright 2001, Exhedra Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.
By using this site you agree to its Terms and Conditions.
"Rent A Coder" (tm), "Safe Project Escrow" (tm) and "How Software Gets Done" (tm)
are trademarks of Exhedra Solutions, Inc.