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ASSESSMENT BRIEF
COURSE: Bachelor of Information Technology
Unit: Object Oriented Design and Programming
Unit Code: OODP101
Type of Assessment: Assessment 3 – Solution to programming problem by group of 3-4 students
Length/Duration: 20 Hours
Unit Learning
Outcomes addressed:
Upon successful completion of this unit students should be able to:
1. Demonstrate basic knowledge of object-oriented programming concepts and
programming problems
2. Analyse and dissect simple design and programming problem
3. Implement a well-designed modularized solution to small programming problems
4. Develop and/or implement testing schedules
Submission Date:

Week 8
Assessment Task:
A group of 3-4 students will work together to provide a quality solution to
programming problem using JAVA programming language,
Total Mark:

20 marks
Weighting:

Converted to 20% of the unit total marks
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ASSESSMENT DESCRIPTION:
Your task is to design, develop and test a small application which will allow an user to
estimate and compare the cost of the different ride sharing companies and find the most
expensive and cheapest from them.

Task 1- Design
This stage requires you to prepare documentation that describes the function of the
program and how it is to be tested. There is no coding or code testing involved in this stage.
Requirements:
1) Read through Task 2: Program Development to obtain details of the
requirements of this program.
2) Write pseudocode that describes how the program will operate.
a. All program requirements must be included, even if you do not end up
including all these requirements in your program code.
b. The pseudocode must be structured logically so that the program would
function correctly.
3) Prepare and document test cases that can be used to check that the program
works correctly once it has been coded. You do NOT need to actually run the
test cases in this stage; this will occur in Task 3: Testing.
a. Test cases should be documented using a template which is week 6
lecture and tutorial. You may include extra information if you wish. At
this stage, the Actual Result column will be left blank. Two test cases
per group member are required to gain full marks in this task.
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Task 2: Program Development
Using the Design Documentation to assist you, develop a Java program that allows the user to enter
their name, approximate kilometres, date and time of travel. Program will estimate the charges for
travel according to different ride sharing companies and then compare the charges to give an idea to
user about cheapest and expensive ride sharing company.
All requirements require that you follow coding conventions, such as proper layout of code,
using naming conventions and writing meaningful comments throughout your program.
Requirement 1:
Display a welcome message when the program starts
• The welcome message should have a row of “*” at the top and the
bottom, just long enough to extend over the text. Hint: Use a loop for
this.
• The first line of the message should read “WELCOME TO RIDE-SHARING
CHARGES ESTIMATOR AND COMPARISON SYSTEM”
• The second line of the message should be blank.
• The third line should read “Developed by” followed by your names and
a comma, then “student ID”, then your student ids of all group
members.
• The fourth line should display “OODP101 Object Oriented Design and
Programming”
• The fifth line should display the current date and time of system. You
are expected to do a research to complete this task.
• The sixth line should be blank, and the seventh line should be another
row of “*”


Requirement 2
Provide a menu from which the user can select to Enter User Details, Display Charges
Under Company 1, Display Charges Under Company 2, Display Charges Under Company 3,
Show Report, or Exit System. Company names can be chosen by students from the
numerous rides sharing companies available in Australia. This menu should be repeated
each time after the user has chosen and completed an option until the user chooses to
Exit. The user selects an option by entering the number next to it. If an invalid number is
selected, the user is advised to make another selection.
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Requirement 3
When the user selects the Enter User Details option, ask user to enter name, approximate
KM, day, month and time of travel using 24 hour clock notation (for example:- 9.00 for 9
o’clock in morning, 13.00 for 1 o’clock in afternoon, 14.30 for 2:30 in afternoon) or
Return to Main Menu.
Note: We will use these to find out if it is falling in weekend category or not and We will
use 2021 as a default year.
All numeric values entered must be positive otherwise program should ask user to enter
the value again. After taking inputs, program should show the main menu.
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Requirement 4
When the user selects the Display Charges Under Company 1 option, the program should
calculate the charges and display a summary of the user details which have been entered,
and their charges under Company 1. While calculating, program should check if the date
and time falls under peak time category or weekend category and display a message to
user confirming if their travel time is falling in any category.
Any time between XXXXXXXXXXam and XXXXXXXXXXpm lies under peak time category and
final charges should add peak time charges into it.
Saturday and Sundays falls under weekend category. Use the date input value to find out
the day on which user wish to travel.
Visit these pages for help:
LocalDate (Java Platform SE 8 ) (oracle.com)
DayOfWeek getValue() method in Java with Examples - GeeksforGeeks
Actual ride sharing companies use many factors to calculate the charges but to keep our
system simpler, only few factors will be considered.
The cost structure for Company 1 is listed in the following table. Once the charges have
been displayed, it’s total value should be saved into an array and the program should
return to the Main Menu.
Items Charges
Base Charges $5.50
$/Km $0.75
Peak Time Surcharges per trip $2.50
Weekend Surcharges per trip $3.00
https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/api/java/time/LocalDate.html
https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/dayofweek-getvalue-method-in-java-with-examples/#:~:text=Last%20Updated%3A% XXXXXXXXXX%20The%20getValue%20%28%29%20method%20of,ISO-8601%20standard%2C%20from%201%20%28Monday%29%20to%207%20%28Sunday%29.

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Note:-It is just a general output and you need to be creative while displaying the final cost to user.
Do a bit of research on formatting output.
Requirement 5
When the user selects the Display Charges under Company 2 option, the program should
do the same as in Step 4, but using Company 2’s cost structure instead, which is listed in
the following table, and then return to the Main Menu.
Items Charges
Base Charges $4.50
$/Km $0.85
Peak Time Surcharges per trip $2.00
Weekend Surcharges per trip $2.50
Requirement 6
When the user selects the Display Charges Under Company 3 option, the program should
do the same as in requirement no 4, but using cost structure that will be developed by
you and then return to the Main Menu.
Items Charges
Base Charges
$/Km
Peak Time Surcharges per trip
Weekend Surcharges per trip
Requirement 7
When the user selects show report option then program should show the name of
cheapest and expensive company and return to main menu.
Requirement 8
When the user selects Exit System, the value of all variables related to the usage should all
be reset to 0 or null. A message reporting this, should be displayed, and then program
should be terminated with a goodbye message.
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Requirement 9
Modularize the code, correctly using method calls and passing data between methods as
parameters.
Requirement 10
Use programming standards like proper layout of code, quality of code, indentation and
proper comments.
Task 3: Testing
After finishing the development, test your program with the help of test cases developed task 1. In
this task, you will be giving the actual output of your program. Make sure you provide screenshots in
your report of all actual outcome of all test cases. You don’t need to rewrite the test cases in this task
but you definitely need to provide the proper numbers so your teacher can identify the relevant test
cases from your screenshots.

ASSESSMENT SUBMISSION:

This submission will have one word/pdf and one java file.
This assignment should be submitted online in Moodle .

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considered LATE and will lose marks until it is presented in Word.

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Wikipedia, online dictionaries and online encyclopaedias are acceptable as a starting point to gain
knowledge about a topic, but should not be over-used – these should constitute no more than 10% of
your total list of references/sources. Additional information and literature can be used where these
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MARKING GUIDE (RUBRIC):


Task-1 Design
Pseudocode
Not attempted
0points
All requirements from
task 2 have not been
covered in English like
representation of code
OR No proper notation
All requirements from
task 2 have been
covered in English like
representation of code
and proper notation has
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has been used as per
lecture slides.
1points
been used as per lecture
slides.
2points

Task 1- Test
Cases
Not attempted
0points
No Two per
person AND Not
All test cases
have tester name,
proper
description,
input, expected
output.
1points
Two test cases
per member But
Not All test
cases have tester
name, proper
description,
input, expected
output.
1.5points
Two Test cases
per member.
AND All test
cases have tester
name, proper
description,
input, expected
output
2points

Task 2-
Requirement
1- Welcome
Message
Not
attempted
0points
Welcome
message does
not have
three of the
following: -
1. Line of
stars before
and after the
message
displayed
using loop 2.
Welcome to
system 3. All
student
details 4.
Current date
and time
0.5points
Welcome
message
does not
have two of
the
following: -
1. Line of
stars before
and after the
message
displayed
using loop 2.
Welcome to
system 3. All
student
details 4.
Current date
and time
1points
Welcome
message does
not have 1 of
the
following: -
1. Line of
stars before
and after the
message
displayed
using loop 2.
Welcome to
system 3. All
student
details 4.
Current date
and time
1.5points
Welcome
message has
all of the
following: -
1. Line of
stars before
and after the
message
displayed
using loop 2.
Welcome to
system 3. All
student
details 4.
Current date
and time
2points
Task 2-
Requirement
2-Main Menu
Not attempted
0points
Main Menu is
displayed with
all options. AND
Invalid inputs
are not handled
properly AND
proper loop has
not been used to
display the menu
again and again
until user
chooses to exit.
0.5points
Main Menu is
displayed with
all options. AND
Invalid inputs
are not handled
properly OR
proper loop has
not been used to
display the menu
again and again
until user
chooses to exit.
1points
Main Menu is
displayed with
all options. AND
Invalid inputs
are handled
properly AND
proper loop has
been used to
display the menu
again and again
until user
chooses to exit.
1.5points

Task 2-
Requirement
3- Enter
Usage Details
Not attempted
0points
User is not asked to
enter name, kms,
month, day and time of
travel OR invalid
User is asked to enter
name, kms, month, day
and time of travel AND
invalid inputs like
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inputs like negative
values are not handled
properly.
0.75points
negative values are
handled properly.
1.5points
Task 2-
Requirement
4- Charges
under
company 1
Not attempted
0points
Total cost is not
calculated using
given: - Base
Price $/km
Weekend
charges and peak
charges. Proper
coding is done to
find out if user
time of travel
falls under
weekend or peak
time category.
AND Cost is not
saved in array
and OR not
displayed to
user.
0.5points
Total cost is not
calculated using
given: - Base
Price $/km
Weekend
charges and peak
charges. Proper
coding is done to
find out if user
time of travel
falls under
weekend or peak
time category.
OR Cost is not
saved in array
and OR not
displayed to
user.
1points
Total cost is
calculated using
given: - Base
Price $/km
Weekend
charges and peak
charges. Proper
coding is done to
find out if user
time of travel
falls under
weekend or peak
time category.
Cost is saved in
array and
displayed to
user.
1.5points
Task 2-
Requirement
5- Charges
under
company 2
Not attempted
0points
Total cost is not
calculated using
given: - Base
Price $/km
Weekend
charges and peak
charges. Proper
coding is done to
find out if user
time of travel
falls under
weekend or peak
time category.
AND Cost is not
saved in array
and OR not
displayed to
user.
0.5points
Total cost is not
calculated using
given: - Base
Price $/km
Weekend
charges and peak
charges. Proper
coding is done to
find out if user
time of travel
falls under
weekend or peak
time category.
OR Cost is not
saved in array
and OR not
displayed to
user.
1points
Total cost is
calculated using
given: - Base
Price $/km
Weekend
charges and peak
charges. Proper
coding is done to
find out if user
time of travel
falls under
weekend or peak
time category.
Cost is saved in
array and
displayed to
user.
1.5points
Task 2-
Requirement
6- Charges
under
company 3
Not attempted
0points
Total cost is not
calculated using
own: - Base
Price $/km
Weekend
charges and peak
charges. Proper
Total cost is not
calculated using
own: - Base
Price $/km
Weekend
charges and peak
charges. Proper
Total cost is
calculated using
own: - Base
Price $/km
Weekend
charges and peak
charges. Proper
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coding is done to
find out if user
time of travel
falls under
weekend or peak
time category.
AND Cost is not
saved in array
and OR not
displayed to
user.
0.5points
coding is done to
find out if user
time of travel
falls under
weekend or peak
time category.
OR Cost is not
saved in array
and OR not
displayed to
user.
1points
coding is done to
find out if user
time of travel
falls under
weekend or peak
time category.
Cost is saved in
array and
displayed to
user.
1.5points
Task 2-
Requirement
7- Show
Report
Not attempted
0points
Not reading from array
OR not displaying both
cheapest and expensive
provider
0.75points
Reading elements from
array and displaying
both cheapest and
expensive provider
1.5points

Task 2-
Requirement
8- Exit
Not attempted
0points
Program exits but not
resetting all values to
zero OR There is a no
proper code to set all
values to zero.
0.5points
Program exits after
resetting all values to
zero. There is a proper
code to set all values to
zero.
1points

Task 2-
Requirement
9-
Modularizatio
n
Not attempted
0points
Four modules have
been created but all of
them do not
demonstrates three
types of modules
discussed in class.
1points
Four modules have
been created AND all
of them demonstrates
three types of modules
discussed in class.
2points
Task 2-
Requirement
10- Proper
coding
standards
and
comments in
code
Not attempted
0points
Comments are not
enough OR no proper
indentation and layout.
0.5points
Proper comments to
explain each block of
code, proper
indentation, proper
code layout.
1points

Task 3-
Testing
Not attempted
0points
Only screenshots are
provided but cannot be
identified clearly for
which test cases they
are given OR few
screenshots are
provided.
0.5points
Proper screenshots for
all test cases and can be
identified clearly.
1points
Answered 4 days AfterMay 05, 2021OODP101

Solution

Rushendra answered on May 08 2021
26 Votes

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