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- Write a class to represent an object with different
states such as a switch (on/off), light bulb (on/off or (off/green/red))
or emoticon (happy/sad). Screen
location should be a property of the object. Provide a function
draw(Graphics g) to draw the object on the screen.
Write a main program to instantiate and display several objects, each
with a different state.
- Modify the previous program to animate one or more of the objects, to
include moving the object and changing its state every so often.
- Write a program to read a list of resistors from a file and calculate
the parallel resistance. Use your Resistor class and an ArrayList
to store the resistors.
String.split function to parse the input lines.
See Parsing strings with split
Demonstrate using example.txt
- Extend your resistor class to include location variables and a
draw function. Extend the previous
program to read location variables (in addition to resistor name and value) from a file. For example:
R1 500 50 100
where (50, 100) is the location on the screen. Your new program should draw the resistors to a JPanel. Demonstrate with
at least four resistors.
- Write a Java Swing program to demonstrate your knowledge of
the Java graphics operations by creating a unique and interesting drawing.
Use as many Graphics 2D features as you can – strokes, filled shapes,
polygons, arcs, rectangles, etc.
- Create executable jar files for all of the Java programs in this assignment.
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