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GUI Support for Methods

 
Matt DeLacey
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[I have the Fly By Night Project]
There are several methods in the public interface of the Data class that the project does not say needs to be supported by the GUI. Namely, adding and deleting records. Can we, then, assume that those are for future developement and we don't need to have any means of actually performing those functions on the GUI?
Thanks.
With Respect,
Matt DeLacey
 
Jeb Beasley
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The requirements in my Fly By Night project do not require a GUI to add remove, only make reservations. I would read the assignment very carefully.
 
Matt DeLacey
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Hmmm...I suppose I will chaulk that up as a "yes". Just for the record, I HAVE read the requirements carefully. My question is based on a perceived discrepancy between the requirements and the code. I suppose in such situations you just have to plow ahead, following the requirements. I really don't have any questions based on the requirements themselves...the fact is, my requirements were very slim. I guess that's partially the point of the assignment, but it can be awkward. You hate to think you'll be penalized not because of your talent or abilities or effort or anything like that, but because the specifications weren't nailed down too good. Oh well, hasta la pasta, eh?

Matt
 
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