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ACC 542 Week 4 Individual Assignment Internal Control and Risk Evaluation


Management at Kudler Fine Foods has reviewed the flowcharts prepared in Week Two and is requesting information on controls that will be required.· Prepare a 750- to 1,100-word brief:

o Analyze the risks in the systems which your team analyzed.

o Identify all risks and internal control points by incorporating the controls and risks into the flowcharts.

o Design internal controls to mitigate risks to the systems

o Evaluate the application of internal controls to the systems

o Discuss other controls outside the system that Kudler Fine Foods may need.

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ACC 542 Week 3 Individual Assignment Data Table Analysis


 

Before data can be automated it must be evaluated for completeness. Examine the data tables that Kudler Fine Foods maintains for inventory. The table description is located under the Intranet tab – Information Technology tab in the Kudler Virtual Organization. The inventory table is located under Intranet tab – Finance and Accounting – Inventory Reports.

· Resource: Microsoft® Excel Pivot Table Tutorial http://office.microsoft.com/training/training.aspx?AssetID=RC010136191033

· A sample pivot table is available for review on the rEsource page for this course.

· Prepare a 500- to 750-word brief for Kudler Fine Foods management:

o Evaluate the design elements of the data tables from an accounting perspective.

o Create an entity relationship diagram illustrating the existing data tables.

o Recommend improvements to the data tables.

o Create a pivot table in Microsoft® Excel using the general ledger inventory data located on the Kudler Fine Foods Intranet. This pivot table will be used to provide more information to management at Kudler Fine Foods.

o Explain how the information in the pivot table can improve decision-making for management at Kudler Fine Foods, including an example from the data.

 

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ACC 542 Week 1 Individual Assignment Computer Information System Brief


Kudler Fine Foods is a client of the accounting firm for which you work. Kudler’s management is interested in effectively integrating technology into its business operations. They have asked you to prepare a brief detailing how computer systems could be more effectively integrated to meet their business needs and improve their accounting operations.

Resource: Kudler Fine Foods is a part of the virtual organizations which may be found by using the link on your rEsource page titled “Virtual Business Portal.”

· Prepare a 1,050- to 1,400-word brief:

o Identify Kudler’s key business and accounting information needs.

o Analyze Kudler’s current system including hardware and software by performing an analysis of strengths and weaknesses regarding Kudler’s current computer system and technology use.

o Explain what opportunities Kudler has in terms of technology and provide suggestions for improving Kudler’s ability to maximize these opportunities through technology.

o Evaluate the threats which Kudler may encounter given their current systems and your suggestions, in terms of using technology.

o Use APA formatting where appropriate for references, citations, and title page
 

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BMIS 312 Assignment 7


Assignment 7 Instructions

Submit all of your assignments in a zip file. Your zip file must include the .java and .class files as well as a Word document with a screen shot of your program running.

Assignment 7-1 (20 pts.): Oracle eKit Practice 13-1: Using a Try/Catch Block to Handle an Exception

In this assignment, you handle an exception thrown by the parse() method of SimpleDateFormat. During the assignment, you:

Use the Java API documentation to examine the SimpleDateFormat class and find the exception thrown by its parse() method.

Create a class that calls that parse() method.

Write a try/catch block to catch the exception thrown by parse().

See your eKit Activity Guide for more details. Run DateTest with both correctly and incorrectly formatted dates and include screen shots of both runs when you submit the rest of your assignment.

Assignment 7-2 (30 points): Enhance Assignment 6-3 with Exception Handling and Deploy

In this assignment, you are going to modify your Assignment 6-3 code to include exception handling for the setDay() and setMonth() setter methods in your Date class. If the user via the Date constructor or the setDay() method tries to set the day attribute to a value less than 1 or greater than 31, setDay() should throw an IllegalArgumentException. setMonth() should insure that the month attribute is between 1 and 12 or throw an IllegalArgumentException. The calling methods or constructors should use try/catch blocks when calling either setDay() or setMonth(). Modify your PersonTest class, as necessary, to demonstrate your exception handling.

Once you have your exception handling enhancements in place, create a JAR file for deployment and submit it along with your java, class, and Word (screen shot) files.

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BMIS 312 You are to create a Java application that keeps track of school courses


Purpose

This project is designed to exercise all the Java tools that you have learned about this term: classes/objects, variables, decision constructs, loops, arrays, encapsulation, overloading, inheritance, error handling, and application deployment.

Assignment

You are to create a Java application that keeps track of school courses. Your Course class is composed of Persons of 2 types: Instructors and Students. A Course can only have 1 Instructor but it can have 5–10 Students.

Course Class Properties and Behaviors

Properties or attributes

Instructor (1) of type Instructor

Students (5–10) array of type Student

Number of students

Average grade //in points using a 0–100 scale

Highest grade //in points using a 0–100 scale

Lowest grade //in points using a 0–100 scale

Behaviors or methods

Constructor that allows all the following attributes to be initiated when a Course object is instantiated: Instructor and Number of Students

Setter and getter methods for Instructor, Students (name the setter method for Students addStudent(Student) which adds a student to the Students array), Number of Students attributes

Getter methods for Average, Highest, and Lowest grade attributes

Overload the Object toString method to print out the following:

Instructor: Title Firstname Lastname

Student Roster: //for each student print out first and last name, student ID, and grade

Number of students: __

Average grade: __

Highest grade: __

Lowest grade: __

Person Class Properties and Behaviors

Properties or attributes

First name

Last name

Behaviors or methods

Constructors

Default no-argument constructor

2-argument constructor that sets the first and last name attributes

Setter and getter methods for each attribute

Student Class Properties and Behaviors (inherits Person class)

Attributes

Person

Student ID

Grade //0–100 point scale

Methods

Constructors

Default no-argument constructor

2 Argument constructor (Person and Student ID)

3 Argument constructor (Person, Student ID, and Grade)

Setter and getter methods for all attributes

Create a getLetterGrade method that returns a letter grade instead of a point value: 0–59 F, 60–69 D, 70–79 C, 80–89 B, and 90–100 A

Overload toString to print out the following: First name, Last name, Student ID, and Letter grade

Instructor Class Properties and Behaviors (inherits Person class)

Attributes

Person

Title (Prof or Dr.)

Methods

Constructors

Default no-argument constructor

2-argument constructor (Person and Title)

Setter and getter methods for all attributes

Overload toString to print out the following: Title Firstname Lastname

Additional Instructions

Your program must use the following Java capabilities:

Inheritance (is-a relationships)

Composition (has-a relationships)

Decision constructs

Arrays

Loops (to include at least 1 enhanced for-loop)

Error handling (catch the ArrayoutofboundException)

Overloaded methods and constructors

Encapsulation

Create a CourseTest class to demonstrate your project. Your CourseTest class must create at least 2 Course objects with different instructors and 5–10 students. Every method in every class must be demonstrated (the best way to do that is to use setter methods in your constructors to show that they work and use getter methods in your toString methods to show that they work whenever the toString method is called). You must also attempt to add an 11th student to 1 of your courses to demonstrate your try/catch implementation for ArrayoutofboundException.

Run your CourseTest class and paste screen shots of the output into a Word document to show it working. Turn in the following:

Word file showing the results of your test runs

Source (.java) files

Compiled (.class) files

The deployable JAR file

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BMIS 312 Creating and populating an ArrayList


    Creating and populating an ArrayList Create a new java main class called NamesListTest. Create and work with an ArrayList Create 2 classes, NamesList and NamesListTest Add a method to the NamesList class to populate the list and display its contents Add a method to manipulate the values in the list

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BMIS 312 Writing a class that uses the if/else statement


Writing a class that uses the if/else statement

Lab 7-1 – Use the supplied ClockTest.java and DateTwoTest.java test classes to test your Clock and DateTwo classes respectively.

Writing a class that users the switch statement

Lab 7-2 – Use the supplied MonthTest.java test class to test the Month class you create.

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BMIS 312 Using for loops to process an arraylist Create 2 new methods


Using for loops to process an arraylist Create 2 new methods in 2 different classes. Using the supplied VacationScaleTwo class, add the method displayVacationDays() and implement it using a for loop. Test your class with the VacationScaleTwoTest class. Using the supplied NamesListTwo class, add a displayNamesTwo() method and use an enhanced for loop to implement it. Create a NamesTwoListTest class to test your NamesListTwo class.

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BMIS 312 Assignment 4


Question 1 and 2

Lab 7-1 – Use the supplied ClockTest.java and DateTwoTest.java test classes to test your Clock and DateTwo classes respectively.

Lab 7-2 – Use the supplied MonthTest.java test class to test the Month class you create.

Question 3

Create a class with a one-dimensional array of primitive types.

In this practice, you create an array containing the number of days that an employee at the Duke’s choice company receives, based on the number of years that the employee has worked for Duke’s choice.

Question 4

Creating and populating an ArrayList

Create a new java main class called NamesListTest.

Create and work with an ArrayList

Create 2 classes, NamesList and NamesListTest

Add a method to the NamesList class to populate the list and display its contents

Add a method to manipulate the values in the list

Question 5

Using Runtime Arguments – write a guessing game that accepts an argument and displays an associated message.

Create a class that:

Accepts a runtime argument,

Generates a random number,

Compares the random number to the argument value, and

Outputs a message to the user telling him/her if they correctly guessed the computer-generated number.

Question 6

Create a Java class called student with the following instance variables:

private String studentName;

private int [] grades; //an array of grades

Include setter and getter methods to set and get these 2 properties. The setter method for the grades instance array variable — setGrades() — should take a single argument which is an array of int with the grades already filled in. setGrades() should be used if statement(s) to make sure that each grade value in the array parameter is valid (between 0 and 100) — you will need to use a loop in conjunction with the if-statement(s) to do this efficiently. If a grade is out of bounds, setGrades() should set that grade value to 0. The array that you pass to setGrades() must hold between 3 and 5 grades.

Include a method called outputGrade() that averages up all the grades in the student grades array and then uses a switch statement to output grade conversions based on the following criteria:

For values from 0–59, your program should output: “Student has failed this class”

For values from 60–69, your program should output: “Student gets a D”

For values from 70–79, your program should output: “Student gets a C”

For values from 80–89, your program should output: “Student gets a B”

For values from 90–100, your program should output: “Student gets an A”

Where “Student” is the actual name of the student.

Create a test class called TestStudent that instantiates 3 students and sets their names and grades and then calls outputGrade() for each student. For your 3 students, 1 must have 3 grades, 1 must have 4 grades, and 1 must have 5 grades. This is so you will have 3 different array sizes to pass to setGrades(). Make sure that for 1 student, setGrades() is called with 1 grade value that is out of bounds (less than 0 or greater than 100).

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VB – create a Visual Basic solution that simulates a program running


 
Buzz Advertising

Buzz Advertising

Instructions

In this case, you will create a Visual Basic solution that simulates a program running on a kiosk. This program allows Buzz Advertising to generate ad sales for its weekly shopping deals booklet in a local flea market. Merchants can book their own ads by using this program. This program uses objects created from classes. Use the accompanying graphic file and the instructions below.

Instructions

Requirements:

Ad price is based on the size of the ad and the location in the shopping deals booklet. Table 1 shows the ad sizes and the price relationship of each size to the base price. Table 2 shows the location markup that must be applied to the calculated price to determine the final price. Prices are calculated as follows:

* =

The base price of an ad is $225.00.

Restrictions:

Business card size ads may only be placed on interior pages. Do not allow the user to selection any location when interior page location is selected.
The outside back cover is reserved for a full page ad. Do not allow the user to select outside back cover unless full page has already been selected.

Size

Price

Full page

100% of base price

Half page

65% of base price

Quarter page

40% of base price

Business card

$35.00

Table 1 – Price by Size

Location

Markup

Interior page

1.00

Inside front cover

1.20

Inside back cover

1.15

Outside back cover

1.40

Table 2 – Markup by Location

Step 1: Create the Project:

Create a Visual Basic Project using the project name “BuzzAdvertising”.

Step 2 – Design the Form:

Design the form as shown in Figure 1. You will need three button controls, eight radio buttons, two group boxes, seven labels, and one picture box. Load the downloaded bee.jpg image into the picture box. Remove the control box because this program will run in a kiosk.

Step 3 – Create the Ad class

Add a Class file named Ad to the project. The Ad class should have the following properties: company, telephone, run date, size, location, and price. Create a method in the Ad class that calculates the final price of an ad.

Step 4 – Write code in the main form:

Set the size and location based on the radio button selections. Create a new Ad object, passing in the required data values to the constructor. After the Ad object has been created, call the Ad object’s calculate method to obtain the final price. Display the final price with appropriate formatting.

Step 7 – Finish up:

Be sure to add the code for the Clear and Exit buttons.

Step 8: Save and run

Save all files, then start the application. Figures 2 and 3 show sample runs of this program demonstrating the restrictions.

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VB – Create the application you designed in Assignment from Module


 
Create the application you designed in Assignment from Module Three.
You must use five (5) programming techniques discussed in this class.
Compile and test the application before you submit it.
If your final project does not match the proposed design exactly, document the differences.
List the differences between the design document specification and the final implementation.

Write a detailed explanation of why the design was not implemented. For example, if your design was too ambitious and you did not have time to implement it completely, what did you do instead, and why was the original too time consuming?

Your final submission for this class will consist of
(1) the application plus all project files (code files and other project files);
(2) documentation of differences between proposed design and final product.
Your code project must be in Visual Studio.
Your documentation must be in a Word-readable format (.docx, .doc, .rtf, .txt).

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VB – In this assignment, you will update your final project


 
Classes and Screens for Your Final Project

In this assignment, you will update your final project proposal to plan for your project, creating a design that you can use to create your code project. While this is a working document, it is understood things many change between the design and implementation.

What items you will be able to create and how you will create them?

Create a storyboard (graphic) and list of menu and screen items to delineate your proposed user screen(s) and menus. Include a starting list of the classes you believe will be useful to your application.

List and describe any user data inputs and outputs your application will require and produce.

If you will be using data validation as one of your techniques, list and describe the criteria needed for each proposed field.

Using Visual Studio, create sample class implementations. These will be code stubs that provide the basis for the classes you will be using.
Submit the revised document file and Visual Studio project for grading.

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VB – Create a sample splash screen for your application


 
This is a continuation of the assignment you have completed.

Using Visual Studio, create a project for your proposed application.

Create a sample splash screen for your application (a splash screen is a screen that runs at program startup). This screen should have the application name, your name, the date, and a descriptive note about the purpose of the application. Include a graphic that fits the project; you may use any public domain graphic (i.e.: no licensed or copyrighted material!) or create your own graphic.

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VB – Create a GPA calculator


 
Create a GPA calculator. Ask the user to input a list of classes and the number of tests per class. Once the user has entered this initial information, allow the list to be saved when the user exits the program. When the program starts, any existing data should be loaded automatically. After the user has entered the list of classes and number of tests for each class, the user can then enter grades for each test. Create a button that allows the user to request a GPA calculation at any time. (GPA = average for each class averaged for the total number of classes in a semester.) All programs should have basic menu options that allow the user to exit the program and perform tasks you deem necessary for the program to function correctly. After creating the program, be sure to debug and test your code. When you are finished, submit the code to your instructor.

GPA Calculator using Microsoft Visual Studio Use Visual Basic .Net 2010 to program, debug, and test the following programming project. Submit your project files in a zip file for grading. For this programming assignment, you are not expected to incorporate any programming techniques that have not yet been covered in the class. Use skills that you have learned from Part I and Part II of the Visual Basic textbook.

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VB – Modify the Lucky Seven game to present the user


 
Modify the Lucky Seven game to present the user with a video poker hand (5 card). While you do not have to present graphics for the 5 cards, you may wish to change the main screen graphic to something of your own design. For the cards, each card can be any available from a standard deck of cards. Once a card is used, it cannot be used again in that hand (example: you draw the Jack of Hearts; you cannot draw that same card again). When all 5 cards are shown on screen, allow the user to discard and draw new cards once (up to all 5 cards at a time, but only allow them to change the cards once). Inform the user of their result in a dialog box (example: 3 of a kind or 2 pairs, etc.). After the user clears the result, allow the user to draw a hand again or exit the program.

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VB – A motorist wants to determine her gas mileage


A motorist wants to determine her gas mileage. At 23,352 miles (on the odometer) the tank is filled. At 23,695 miles the tank is filled again with 14 gallons. How many miles per gallon did the car average between the two fillings?

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VB – Dynamic Movies Ltd. needs a program to


Dynamic Movies Ltd

Dynamic Movies Ltd. needs a program to help manage their movie ticket sales. Use popcorn.jpg
to create a project named DynamicMovies with a form similar to the following.

Initially, the movie list is empty. At the end of the day, an employee will use the Add button once for
each movie advertised that day. The employee will enter 1) the name of the movie, 2) the number of
tickets sold for matinee showings, and 3) the number of tickets sold for evening showings in the fields
provided. When the employee clicks the Add Movie button, the program will add these values to the
lists provided.
A Total Sales button is available to display the day’s total ticket sales. Matinees are $6 and evening
shows are $8. This button will be unavailable until at least one movie has been entered. The result will
depend on the boxes selected – Matinee, Evening, or both. If “Matinee” is checked, the result will
include only matinee ticket sales. If “Evening” is checked, the result will include only evening ticket
sales. If both “Matinee” and “Evening” are checked, the result will include both matinee and evening
sales.
A Clear button is available to prepare the program for another day, including clearing the movies from
the list, restoring the buttons to their original state, and clearing the label at the bottom of the form.

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VB – Kerry Sales Solution


 
Kerry Sales Solution

Open the Kerry Sales Solution (Kerry Sales Solution.sln) file contained in the VB2010Chap11Kerry Sales Solution folder. If necessary, open the designer window. Double-click Payroll.vb in the Solution Explorer window

Create a base class named Commission. The class should contain two Public properties: a string property named SalesId and a Double property named Sales. Include a default constructo and a parameterized constructor in the class. Also include a GetCommission using eh following formula: sales* .05

Create a derived class named BonusCommission. The Derived class’s GetComission method should calculate the commission as follows: sales* .05 + (sales – 2500) * .01. Be sure to include a default constructor and a parameterized constructor in the derived class.

Open the form’s Clode Editor window and locate the btnCalc control’s Click event procedure. Finish coding the procedure, using the comments as a guide.

Save the solution and then start and test the application. Close the form’s Code Editor window and the Payroll.vb window, and then close the solution.

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VB – Valley Boulevard Auto Parts Application


 
Valley Boulevard Auto Parts Application

VB Auto needs an application to cross reference its spark plugs to three other major brands. It keeps the following table of equivalent part numbers. The part numbers will be stored in a comma delimited text file and read into a two dimensional array during the form load event.

VB Auto Chrysler Ford General Motors

PR214 MR43T RBL8 14K22

PR223 R43 RJ6 14K24

PR224 R43N RN4 14K30

PR246 R46N RN8 14K43

PR247 R46TS RBL17Y 14K33

PR248 R46TX RBL12-6 14K35

PR324 S46 J11 14K38

PR326 SR46E XEJ8 14K40

PR444 47L H12 14K44

The user will select the company in the company list box and the part number list for that company will populate in the part number list box. When you click on the company’s part number the equivalent Valley Boulevard part number will appear in the VB part number text box.

You will use list boxes for the selections.

Use Try/Catch to catch a IO.Exception (file not found).

Objects used: Buttons, Groupbox, Labels & Listboxes,

Components used: ToolTip, PrintDocument & PrintPreviewControl

Imports Microsoft.VisualBasic.FileIO

All programming guidelines and standards apply.

Sample form at start.

 

 

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VB – Room Charge Web Application Calculator


Room Charge Web Application Calculator

A customer staying at the Highlander Hotel may incur the following types of charges:

• Room charges, based on a per-night rate

• Room service charges

• Telephone charges

• Miscellaneous charges

Create an application that calculates the customer’s total charges. Here are the basic

operations, in sequence:

1. When the application starts, the user enters the number of nights and the nightly

room charge. The user can also enter additional charges, in dollars.

2. When the user clicks on the Calculate Charges button, the application should multiply

the nights by the nightly charge. Then it should add the additional charges, producing

the subtotal.

3. Next, the application should multiply the subtotal by an 8 percent tax rate, producing

the tax amount.

4. Finally, the application adds the tax amount to the subtotal, producing the total charges.

A sample is shown in Figure 8-39. Notice that the application displays the current date

and time in the upper-right corner of the window.

 

 

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