Week 7, JAVA Programming

This is a two part project, one in Alice, and another in Java. You can either zip the files together as one and upload the single zip file, OR upload the separate files. If you decide to upload multiple files, select each file one by one and upload using a single submission. You can use "Browse My Computer" multiple times to attach multiple files to your submission at one time.

PART 1: Alice

Create a world that satisfies the following requirements:

Must contain two scenes, the two scenes must be different enough that the user knows the scene has changed from one to the next.


Must contain at least 4 unique characters that can sing or talk


Using your knowledge of lists and arrays, at least one character should appear multiple times doing something together in unison


Each character must do something different, at least one character must move or be animated


The camera should move at least one time to another point of view.


One character must request some information from the user and doing something creative with the information on the screen.


Have fun and be creative! Your world can be anything you like to create. At long as you meet the requirements stated above, anything you design can be up to your imagination!

PART 2: Java

1) Submit a written document that contains definitions for the four terms below:


object:
class:
method:
field or variable:

2) Create a Java application that satisfies the following requirements below:

• Create a class named Point2D.
• Include variables x and y, and make them private.
• Include public methods to access (get) and modify (set) the values of

x and y.
• Include a displayPoint() method that prints out the current value of the Point
• Create a constructor for the Point2D class that accepts 2 parameters as input and then sets them to x and y respectively.
• In a Main class, create 2 instances of the Point2D class, and print them to the screen. Create a screenshot of the output you generated.

For part 2 of the assignment, only submit the source code files (*.java), and the screenshot you used for the assignment.
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