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I m a intermidiate student in java n doing a project using RMI,Sockets & Threads. I m supposed to submit the technical specifications about the project.
Please guide me in preparing a professional document in the same topic. Please list out the contents required in the document, do we need use-cases n class digrams for doing this?
 
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Hi,

Welcome to JavaRanch!

I expect the professor has told you, or asked you to read a description of, what he expects. The first thing I'd do, then, is to look through your notes and make sure you've done all the reading. Note that anything anyone here tells you is just guessing: there's only one person on Earth who knows precisely what your professor wants, and that's himself. This is a general rule about school, work, and life in general that somehow seems to escape many of our friends here: if you don't fully understand an assignment, the first thing you do is ask for clarification.
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