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hi everyone,

I would like to check whether do you indicate the following details in the choices.txt:

1) why is the main application window is design in this way?
2) what is the purpose of a particular class
3) why is the launch application window is design in this way?
4) why the package is split in this manner?

 
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Hi Ben

For mine, I mentioned all those things and more. Restating what the assignment is and requirements are important. Assumptions, use cases, architecture, network communication (sockets vs RMI), etc are just some of the things I included.

One big clue is the marking scheme eg OO, locking, GUI etc.
 
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Like K. Tsang indicated my choices.txt is structured like the marking scheme. In my choices.txt I mentioned a lot of implementation details (like class names, method names, instance members,...) and of course this kind of information I also mentioned during the essay exam. But I didn't mention why a screen was designed the way it was or why I used such a package structure. So from your list: I only did number 2, numbers 1, 3 & 4 I didn't mention in choices.txt
 
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thanks for the reply.

Roel De Nijs wrote:Like K. Tsang indicated my choices.txt is structured like the marking scheme. In my choices.txt I mentioned a lot of implementation details (like class names, method names, instance members,...) and of course this kind of information I also mentioned during the essay exam. But I didn't mention why a screen was designed the way it was or why I used such a package structure. So from your list: I only did number 2, numbers 1, 3 & 4 I didn't mention in choices.txt



does that mean you structure your choices.txt into:

1) General Considerations
2) Documentation
3) Object-Oriented Design
4) GUI
5) Locking
6) Language Fluency

but will there anything to write for Documentation and language?
 
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You can find the content table of my choices.txt here.
 
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