Create a project, in your language of study that meets the following requirements: o Create a record object (also known
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o Create a record object (also known as entity object, data-transfer object) that uses the column names from the dataset as part of the source code, e.g. variable names, accessors/mutators names, or constants.
o Use File-IO on startup to open and read the dataset, initializing a few record objects with data parsed from the first few records in the csv file. The record objects should be stored in a simple data structure (array or a list), use exception handling in case the file is missing or not available.
o Loop over the data structure, and output the record data on screen.
o Display your full name on the screen so it remains visible at all times.
Take a screenshot of your program performing each task above, ensuring your full name is within each screenshot.
Your program should use the following programming concepts: variables, methods, a loop structure, File-
IO reading from the dataset, exception handling, use of an API library, an array (or similar data structure).
Your single MS Word document should have this general format
Cover page with your full name within it.
Heading with name "Evidence of Learning"
o Variables, methods, a loop structure, File-IO reading from the dataset, exception handling, use of an API library, an array (or similar data structure).
Use small code examples for each topic with brief descriptive text, or
Indicate what line numbers in a larger code sample illustrate each concept within brief descriptive text (line numbers must be present in the code examples as well to match).
You must indicate clearly to your professor that you can identify what parts of your code illustrate and match to each programming concept.
Heading with name "Program Demonstration via Screen Shots"
Include screen shots of your running program; I should see records from the data set displayed on screen. As well as your full name.
Heading with name "Source Code Commenting Example"
o Copy and paste all of the source code, including programmer comments, from one source code file from your project to demonstrate you can write documentation comments. Use a font size of 10 point, with a monospaced font of your choosing.
o Note: Some frameworks generate many code files, which you never edit yourself. Only include a
source code file you created or edited directly.
Do not copy and paste code from the web into your demonstration program, it must be your own work. In other words, even properly cited and referenced code copied from a website will not earn marks, as you must provide your own work. Your professor while grading your submission will make this determination.
Upload your MS Word document and original source code files by the due date
o One MS Word document
o One zip file containing your original source code file(s)
Submitting any other format other than .doc or docx for your MS Word document will result in a zero for this assessment. Libra-Office users save-as... MS Word.
Do not bundle your MS Word document inside the source code zip archive keep them separate instead.
Ensure your full name is included in all materials as asked.
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Chapter # 8
Posted Date: September 08, 2023 04:04:12