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Hey guys. I would like to hear opinions from people with bigger experience about KeyboardTeacher application.It fetches text from textfile, and show first line in console. If user rewrite the whole line correctly, then it shows the next line from the file, and so on till the end of the textfile. Otherwise it shows the first bad index and show again line which has been written badly. At the end it shows the result in seconds and save the result in textfile.

I added ranking system by which people can see who was the fastest.

I would like to know if I can change there anything, improve etc.

I will paste some main classes and at the end I wil put my link to the project on GH (if needed).

Main:

 

KeyboardEngine

 
KeyboardTeacherView - it implements GameMessage which is of course interface.

   

RankingSystem

   

RankingSystemFacade

 

ContentFileRetiever:

 

ConditionCheckerService

   



ContentFileServiceTest

 
RankingSystemServiceTest

   

Github: https://github.com/must1/KeyBoardTeacher

 
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Refresh. I really care about this.
 
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