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Challenges to refactor java program

 
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Problem with a java project refactoring
a)Code, Test, Evaluate and Refactor your own original Java program:

Write your Java code that implements your Phase 1 specifications. Document by adding Javadoc (/**...*/) and regular (//) comments that describe your resulting code. Debug (fix) your code when you discover incorrect behavior that doesn't match the specifications. Create unit tests using JUnit in JUnit. Evaluate your code and refactor to improve its internal structure.

b) Modify, Test, Evaluate and Refactor another Java program:

Write your Java code that implements your Phase 1 specifications. Document by adding

c) Research and Development:



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This looks like homework. What specifically are you stuck on?
 
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Your Uno.main() method is over 150 lines of code long! That's at least 10 times longer than it should be. You definitely need to refactor that. If you can't succinctly but completely describe what a method does in one or two sentences, then that method is doing too much.  You main() method is doing WAAAY too much.
 
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