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Hi,

1) Can we use "PNG" format images for UML diagrams?
2) My assigment size came around 339 KB? is it okay ?

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1. Yes.
2. I think it doesn't matter file size will be 100K or 100GB, if I am an evaluator, file size will not be a criterion.
 
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>>Can we use "PNG" format images for UML diagrams?

Does it ask for the images to be in a particular format on the exam?

I've always considered JPG and GIF to be more universal formats. I know that whoever is marking my exam will at least have a web brower on their machine that can open a GIF or JPG image. If you have the same confidence with the png format, then you should be fine.

>>My assigment size came around 339 KB? is it okay ?

It's hard to tell if your assignment is ok based solely on its size. :P

339KB sounds fine, and it shouldn't pose a big uploading problem. I reduced the number of colors in my images and had a jar file that was less than 100K. But 339K doesn't sound too bad in itself.

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Hi Cameron ,

Iam yet to download my assignment, just beacause of cuariosity, I like to know about the jar file you are talking in the Part-II assignment, what is this JAR file is all about, so far Iam under the impresion that we need to produce some UML diagram as part the part-II exam but this is sometime new for me please explain me in detail.

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Kumar
 
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Hi Cameron ,

Iam yet to download my assignment, just beacause of cuariosity, I like to know about the jar file you are talking in the Part-II assignment, what is this JAR file is all about, so far Iam under the impresion that we need to produce some UML diagram as part the part-II exam but this is something new for me please explain me in detail.

Thanks & Regards,
Kumar
 
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You just compress all of your images into a single zip file. The Java format for the zip file is simply .jar. But it's nothing more than a zip file with a .jar extension.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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kumar ,
My Assignment mandated to create a html document. I used ms-word to create html document and put all images in it. You just have to archive and upload it.

Note: I had problem uploading the assignment. I used Open Office to regenerate html file which was very small and uploaded faster.
 
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Cameron/Ram Thanks for your prompt response.

-Kumar
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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