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Developing a Geometrical Shapes Program for Kids

Posted by CrazyJavistist on Saturday, 17 May 2003, at 8:02 a.m.

HI guys,
I'm requested to develop a program for kids in java, the program's proposal is here:

This program is a "drawing shapes" program, The user at first may choose whether he want to draw a 2 or 3 dimensional shape, then he can choose the shape he wants to draw (line, rectangle, ellipse ) in 2D shapes, and (cube, sphere) in 3D.
The user can change the color of the drawings and he can choose the background color and whether he want a grid or not.
A simple calculator is included in the program.

My Project Should include the following :

• User Interface
• Many Methods
• Draw Shapes due to giving attributes ( Point, Line, Circle, Rectangle, and other Geometrical shape)
• 3 dimensional shapes can be drawing too

Main Interface:
• Logo
• Would you like to draw 2 or 3D shapes?
• Buttons such as (Options, Exit, OK, radio buttons to choose 2 or 3d, Calculator)
• My name + instructor's name + Course info.

• choose background color
• choose drawing color
• choose window's size
• choose location
• choose whether to include grid or not

and i want to start working, and i need at first your comments about the previous proposal and what nice ideas can you suggest to update the proposal, before i start next step?

Thanks for all


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