Programing in Java I Object-oriented Programming

The assignment assesses the following learning outcomes: that students are able to:
CLO1: use the fundamental control structures and data types used in the Java language;
CLO2: apply conceptual and practical skills involved in writing computer programs;
CLO3: use software objects and classes, both standard library classes and user defined classes;
CLO4: apply the object-oriented approach to solve computing problems using Java.

The assignment assesses the following learning outcomes: that students are able to:
CLO1: use the fundamental control structures and data types used in the Java language;
CLO2: apply conceptual and practical skills involved in writing computer programs;
CLO3: use software objects and classes, both standard library classes and user defined classes;
CLO4: apply the object-oriented approach to solve computing problems using Java.

Overview
Affirvat Hostels provides affordable accommodation to students pursuing coaching for various
competitive examination in metropolitan cities. It requires a software application which can be
used by its staff to manage various operations.

Some of the main operations are as follows:
 Book a room
 Vacate a room
 Display available rooms
 Search room details
 Display summary information about rooms

You are required to develop an application using Java that will allow the hostel staff to
interactively perform various tasks as stated above.

Assignment Requirements:
You are required to write the following three classes:
 Room: A class, defines a simple object type representing a room.
 Hostel: A class, defines objects which are containers of Room objects.
 HostelMain: A driver class that creates one Hostel object and allows the various
methods of Hostel to be called. This class will provide interactive application interface
using the keyboard and the screen to the hostel staff. This is only providing an interface
and will not do calculations itself but will immediately pass user inputs as arguments to
methods of Hostel class.
NOTE: The final application will only execute correctly when all three classes have been
defined completely and correctly but don't wait until you have completely written all three
before you start compiling and testing your code. It is recommended that you save all three
source code files in the same directory on your file system and compile and test each class as
you develop it using small separate programs to create and test objects of each class.

Project Numbers

Skills and expertise

Core Java, OOPs Concept

Expert level

Intermediate

Project Type

Intermediate

Project Gallery

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