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Lab 6 - Spring 2001 (Due 3/14/2001)

See MODIFICATIONS at end of document if you have previous copy of this lab!



The purpose of this lab is to learn to implement a design and to evaluate modifications needed resulting from addition/changed requirements.

YOU ARE TO WORK WITH YOUR DESIGN PARTNER FROM LAB 5! Thus, this lab should be done in two-person teams.

Description:

Twas the Wednesday before Spring Break, you awoke early from your slumber
Your phone ringing loudly from the Disney Squeakers who dialed your number
They want to give congrats on the wonderful design yíall made
And to ask for you and your friend to write the code yíall have laid

A wonderful opportunity you do not want to say no to
In completing the project in two weeks time, you said that you would do
But wait thereís more to the project that they want to add
Here are the supplement specs that in their mind they had:

So you reaffirmed that yíall can do this task
You two are the right people for the job they have asked
You donít regret not making a dime
Move over spring break, itís party time ;-)


User Requirements:

In this lab you will implement your Mickey Mouse cad system, created in Lab 5. But, there are a couple of additional requirements from Disney!


Clarifications/Modifications from Lab 5

Should be able to change the clothes such as the pants, shirts, and boots

Hints:




User interface:


Requirements and Grading Criteria:


IMPORTANT: you should provide a thorough README file that will describe how your program works, what it does, how to test and run it. We will reserve the right for TA to give you a zero if you did not explain how to run and test your code. Ther README file should be in plain text format. README files in word document format (or any other format) will not be graded and will rezult in a grade of ZERO for the lab.




What you should turn in: Spring 2001 Turnin Information
1. Your code: l6.st (Only 1 copy per pair!)
2. IMPORTANT: You must provide a thorough README file that will describe how your program works, what it does, how to test and run it. We will reserve the right for TA to give you a ZERO if you did not explain how to run and test your code. Someone else, who never saw your code, should be able to understand/run/reuse your code after reading your README file.
3. Your README file should list the team members, their gt numbers, and a description of what each team member did.
4. If you modify your Lab 5 designs, explain any changes in your README file. ALL changes must be noted in README file!


Modifications made on March 1, 2001





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