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Question 5(Design)-FILLER

Question 5

(a) (8) What are two things wrong with this scenario?

The user chooses one function from the tool bar. If that function is to spell-check a document, then spell checking begins. If no spelling errors are found, then a message is popped up. Otherwise, for each word with an error, the user is supplied with a number of possible corrections plus a number of other functions. If the user chooses to replace the word with one of the options, then the word is replaced. If the user chooses to replace the word with an arbitrary word, then the user is invited to type in a new word. If the user chooses to leave the word alone, then spell checking proceeds to the next word. After the user has reviewed every spelling error, a window pops up telling the user that no more spelling errors can be found.

If the function is to save the document, then a window pops up asking the user which file name to save into. If the user just hits the OK button, then the document will be saved into the same file it was saved in the last time, unless it hasn't been saved at all, in which case it will be saved into a default file. If the user types a new name and then hits the OK button, then the document will be saved into the file specified by the user. If the user hits the Cancel button, then the document will not be saved immediately.

Answer Part (a):


(b) 12) Several possible design errors have been discussed in this class. For the following class diagram, name three errors of the kinds that have been discussed in class. (see diagram in pdf file of exam).
Answer Part (b):


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