The assignment has two parts: first you generate a simple application for a MID that operates independently of other MIDs. As a second part, the application is extended to keep some history of its activity and to interact with a web site.
For both parts, submit a listing of the program and a short description of the design in the standard submission box outside the Student Office 1.24. You should also demonstrate your code to me at a subsequent lab session. Write a simple midlet that generates random arithmetic problems for the user and records the time that it takes to answer 10 correctly.
The problems should use single digit numbers, and the operations + - or *. When a problem is answered, whether correctly or incorrectly, a new problem is produced. The midlet should indicate how many problems remain to be solved correctly. The time should be recorded to the nearest millisecond.
Extend your MIDlet from part 1 to include the recording of the fastest
time achieved so far. This should be stored so that even if the MIDlet exits, the time is not lost.
Further extend the MIDlet so that whenever a previous best time is exceeded, the MID contacts the web page and updates the global list of fastest times. In order to do this, the page should be access with a GET specifying a nickname and the time. The nickname should have no spaces. Since there is no way of checking whether a nickname is taken --- use your login. The time should be given in milliseconds.
The page will respond with your position in the global list of all fastest times!