The debugger lets you run your program partially and then stop it. From there, you can run each line one at a time and see the results. The program will run until it hits the line of your breakpoint. Then the execution will pause. The next line to execute will be highlighted.
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Java Program Examples. Define a class named MyDay that implements the day of the week in a program. The class MyDay should store the day, such as Sun for Sunday.
The program should be able to perform the following operations on an object of the type MyDay:. Set the day. Print the day. Return the day. Return the next day. Return the previous day. The class should also has the appropriate constructor. Write a program to test all the operations for class MyDay as described in a. MyDay class and object manipulation. Playing with day of week. I use MyDay instead of Day. String day;. An output samples:. Enter day to set your day: Wednesday.
Your day is Wednesday. When printing, your day is Wednesday. Your previous day is Tuesday. Your next day is Thursday. Enter day to set your day: Sat.
Your day is Sat. When printing, your day is Sat. Your previous day is Friday. Your next day is Sunday. Enter day to set your day: sun. Your day is sun. When printing, your day is sun. Your previous day is "Opps Error lol! Your next day is "Opps Error lol! Enter day to set your day: Saturday.
Your day is Saturday. When printing, your day is Saturday.
Projects with Multiple Files in jGRASP
This short tutorial provides directions for setting up and configuring the jGrasp programming environment on the workstations in the CSL. You will create a simple C program. The very first thing we have to do is to figure out how to start up the programming environment and setup the correct options and preferences. This part of the lab is somewhat tedious but perhaps somewhat satisfying in an i-got-my-vcr-programmed-correctly kind of way. The software development environment described here is called jGrasp. It is installed on all the workstations in the CSL.
Getting Started with jGRASP