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Final Jar File Naming Convnetion

 
Jayakumar Duraisamy
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Hi Guys,
I have almost come to the end of my Developer Assignment. However i read once somewhere we need to follow a naming convention for the final jar file we upload. If anyone know the convention, please reply to this .
Thanks in advance.
 
Rick Fortier
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I think I read somewhere that it is the same style as the way it was downloaded. If I remember correct, the file was called scjd-9999999999. You need to replace the 99999s with your Sun id.
 
Karl Fu
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The version I have downloaded are call Java2.jar
So, when i upload, what kinda naming convention should i follow ?
Karl
 
Jayakumar Duraisamy
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Hi Karl,
You got me there...
Even i have the same Java2.jar downloaded. My assignment doesn't say anything about the naming convention. However, as Rick pointed out, i guess we can follow scjd-999999 where 999999 is our progmetric id. what do u think..
Thanks and Regards
Jay
 
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Pulled from https://www.galton.com/~sun_ss/assign.idc
Upload instructions for the Java 2 exam:
Submitting Your Work
When you have completed your solution, you should build a jar archive. You must build an archive; do not send individual files.
The name of your submission archive file MUST be derived from your
i.d. as shown here. (Note that in the United States, your i.d. is your 9-digit social security number, e.g. 555443333. Outside the U.S., your i.d. might be 9 digits, or it might be 2 characters followed by 7 digits, e.g. sp1234567.) Your archive filename MUST BE scjda-AAAAAAAAA.ZZZ, where AAAAAAAAA is your i.d., and
ZZZ is the appropriate filename extension for your archive type
(zip, tar, or jar).
 
Jayakumar Duraisamy
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Thanks a lot Rick
Jay
 
Dilip kumar
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Thanks Rick,
I was also wondering about naming convention.
 
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