1. To design and implement a simple class.
2. To write a test program to create instances of your class and demonstrate its behaviour.
3. To collect output from the test program runs, and comment on it.
4. To conform to Java coding conventions, including documentation style comments.
You must create a general design for a class. Design, implement, test and document this class. You will need to make some assumptions and design decisions about the class. Ensure the class documentation makes the purpose and constraints of you class clear. You should strive to write your class so that it is potentially useful in other applications.
Replace with the name of your class:
.java ---source code of your class
Test.java ---test program for your class
output.txt ---output from the test(s) (plain text please)
report.txt ---short reflective report
Add your own observations at the beginning or end of the output files. For example, were the test outcomes as expected.
The report should be about 200-400 words with your reflections about your class, test program and results. You should comment on any assumptions that you made, and where improvements could be made to the design or implementation.
Models a 24 hour clock, which stores a time as hours and minutes. The time can be advanced. The client can retrieve the hours and minutes.
Design, implement, and test the above class. For this class, you should use java doc comments to specify its purpose, properties and scope making appropriate assumptions where necessary.