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I just wanted to make sure I have the requirements right for OOP-4. What I read is that: Someone enters a serial number at the console, and it returns information about the item. I have two questions: A) Do we show a list of serial numbers, or just a prompt asking for a serial number and assume that the "user" will know serial numbers to put in? B) How much detail are we needing for each item? For example, books should show author, publisher, length of tape, date published? Thanks! Jason
usage: java Lookup aSerialNumber prints out a description of the item which can include whatever you feel describes the item (within reason).
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Chicken Farmer ()
Joined: May 08, 2001
Just curious, if we add something to our code before we get the first nitpick back, should we send in the entire code again, just the stuff we added (in this case, a try/catch block in the main method), or wait until we get a response? Thanks! Jason
Marilyn de Queiroz
Joined: Jul 22, 2000
You can send it in again with a note in the subject line **New Version** (or something similar) to flag me so I don't waste time looking at the other one.
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