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Thread: Anybody know anything about software engineering

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    Default Anybody know anything about software engineering

    As far as like functional requirements, nonfunctional requirements, data requirements, behavioral requirements, interface requirements, and performance requirements

    I got a mid term assignment that has something dealing with those

    I wish I could somehow get the equation on my computer somehow but this is the best I could do(see attachment)

    Basically the assignment is to turn that equation into code.

    Anybody have an idea how I would go about doing that?

    I'll do my best to answer any questions about it. I will try to scan the entire paper onto the computer and upload it.

    Anybody have an idea how I would go about doing that?
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    Default Re: Anybody know anything about software engineering

    It's a little difficult to tell what the formula you want to implement in code actually is, but since it has the summation sign I think you will likely need a loop of some kind (probably a for loop). If you're unsure of the Java syntax, I would recommend reading The Java Tutorials.

    double sum = 0;
    for(int i=0; i < upperLimit; ++i)
        // stuff to sum in here
        // this sample sums the numbers 0 to upper limit
        sum += i;

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