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Hangman Game

Transcript: Hangman! 1. Which country led the way for the rapid growth of world trade in the 19th century? 1. Answer: Great Britain 2. How did the British gain Hong Kong and greater trade privileges? (Two things) 2. Answer: Opium trade and war 3. Japan practiced extreme ____ that interfered with American financial and shipping interests. 3. Answer: Isolationism 4. What years did Western expansion peak? 4. Answer: 1880-1914 5. Imperialism is also known as _____. 5. Answer: The "White Man's Burden" 6. What was the most cruel colonial enterprise of the late 1800's? 6. Answer: The Congo 7. How was colonial conquest justified? 7. Answer: It was justified because it brought civilization and Christianity to the unenlightened regions 8. Who was the person responsible for the colonization of the Congo? 8. Answer: Leopold II of Belgium 9. Rudyard Kipling's works are most known for what? 9. Answer: His works demonstrate an appreciation of the Indian people and their culture? 10. Who did George Washington Williams expose as a fraud, and what was the name of the work? 10. Answer: He exposed Leopold II in "An Open Letter to His Serene Majesty Leopold II." 11. In the majority of his works Chinua Achebe's goal was to ______. 11. Answer: Foster respect for all people 12. What is Jawaharlal Nehru best known for? 12. Answer: He became India's first prime minister in 1947. 13. Who wrote the second coming? 13. Answer: William Butler Yates 14. Pablo Neruda focused on what major topics in his writings? 14. Answer: He focused on history (particulary U.S. and English conquest of Latin America), politics, and experience. 15. What marked the beginning of a new economic globalization? 15. Answer: The Industrial Revolution 16. Smith's provocative work wuickly emerged as the classic argument for what? 16. Answer: Economic Liberalism 17. The treaty that ended the Seven Year's War in Europe and the colonies was known as _____. 17. Answer: The Treaty of Paris 18. What laws controlled the import of goods to Britain and British colonies? 18. Answer: The Navigation Acts 19. Britain's commercial leadership in the 18th century had its origins in what? 19. Answer: The Mercantilism of the 17th century 20. The shore method of trading allowed what? 20. Answer: Allowed ships to move easily along the coast from market to market and to depart more quickly from the Americas. THE END!!! :) 17. Answer: The Treaty of Paris

HangMan....

Transcript: JTextFields, JButtons and Tool Tips JTextField - component a user can type a single line of text data JButtons - component used to trigger an action or make a selection when the user clicks it Tool Tips - pop up windows to help users understand ✳✱* A label is an uneditable component that is most often used provide information for a user. You can add(), remove(), setText(), setFont() JLabels More.... Utilizing the GUI in Java LayoutManager When you use swing components, you usually place them in a container. A container is a type of component that allows you to group items together and interact with them as one entity. Containers are defined in the Container class. A container can be either a window or a frame. A frame is preferred because it has a title bar and border. It also has several methods that can be used. A JFrame has multiple constructors: JFrame() JFrame(String title) JFrame(GraphicsConfiguration fc) JFrame (String title, GraphicsConfiguration fc) Event occurs when a user takes action Event-driven program - multiple events A component triggered is the source of the event An object interested in an event is a listener If you want an object to be a listener you have to register the object java.awt.event - prepares class to accept event messages event handler is a method waiting to react when an event is generated Setting Up GUI.... JCheckBox - consists of a label positioned beside a square you can click ButtonGroup - javax.swing package, allows you to group components JComboBox - A combo box is a component that combines a button or editable field and a drop down list Don't Forget... There are many types of constructors for JLabel. JLabel() JLabel(Icon image) JLabel(Icon image, int horizontalAlignment) JLabel(String text) JLabel(String text, Icon image, int horizontalAlignment) JLabel(String text, int horizontalAlignment) Event-Driven Programming Objectives : Light weight components that do not rely on local operating system. Include: JButton, JLabel Use: import javax.swing.*; When placing multiple components in a container, you must use the LayoutManager, if not the compenents are placed in the same region and hide each other. Flow Layout Manager - put components in a row When you extend your class with JFrame, you are turning your original class into a child class and utilizing the parent class. This is an example of inheritance. Inheritance enables one class to acquire all the behaviors and attributes of another class. Base Class - original class (aka Super Class or Parent Class) Derived Class - the class extending (aka subclass or child class) Utilize Java Classes like JFrame and JLabel Understand Swing components Identify string data problems Use Character and String class methods Use the StringBuilder and StringBuffer classes Containers Swing Components More Components Working with JLabels JFrame Extending the JFrame Add library: import java.awt.*; After you initiate a JFrame you must do the following: setVisible(true); give it a size - setSize(WIDTH, HEIGHT); give it a title on construction - JFrame aFrame = new JFrame ("Title Here"); Don't forget the x in javax when y import Swing Don't forget to use JFrame's setVisible to make JFrame visible Don't forget to use setLayout() when adding multiple components Don't forget to call validate() or repaint() after you add or remove a compenent after making them visible Don't forget that creating a ButtonGroup does not cause components to be groups, they must be added to group Don't forget that the ButtonGroup class does not begin with a J.

Hangman!

Transcript: Can you lend me a hand? now that you know the general names of the bones, let's get more specific. :) now that we have that out of the way, time for some information on joints!!!! sticks and stones can break my bones... OUCH!!!! You can break your bones by doing just about anything. Shoulder Clavicle: Scapular Arm humerus: Humerus (Supracondylar) Radius: Colles' Fracture Ulna: Monteggia Hand: Scaphoid THE END!!! Glenohumeral also known as the ball and socket or shoulder joint the round head of one bone rests within a cup shaped depression in another bone movement is unlimited found between the scapula and the humerus ulna Scapula (on the back) Elbow Joint type of hinge joint found between ulna and humerus also found between humerus and radius considered very stable phalanges humerus carpal bones Pivot Joint allows radius and ulna to twist around each other High-speed vehicle accidents are the most common cause, but falls and blows to the area can also be responsible for the injury Radioulnar in the upper limb there are two: superior and inferior connects radius to ulna Clavicle Monteggia occurs when someone falls on an outstretched hand with the forearm in excessive pronation. Ellipsoidal joint occus when an oval face nestles within a depression of the opposing surface connects radius with proximal carpal bones and phalanges with metacarpal bones Most of the fractures on the hand are found on the bones of the wrist. These fractures include scaphoid and Rolando's fracture. Boxer's fracture is normally found on the fifth metacarpal, but it can really be found on any of the meta carpals. Interphalangeal type of hinge joint connects phalanges Acromioclavicular also known as gliding joints bones have flattened or slightly curved faces bones slide past each other to allow movement found at the end of clavicles and between carpal bones metacarpal bones The fracture is caused by fall on an outstretched hand in 70% of cases. As the hands hits the ground, the elbow is hyperextended resulting in fracture above the condyles. This fracture is most commonly seen in children between the ages of 5-15 yrs. It is a very important clinical condition where medical attention is necessary. radius A general overview of the bones in the upper limb and pectoral girdle Radiocarpal type of gliding joint connects radius with distal carpal bones Sternoclavicular also known as the saddle joint bones have articular faces that fit together like a rider in a saddle permits angular motion, but not rotation found between clavicle and sternum and at the base of the thumb this is the only joint that connects the pectoral girdle to the rest of the skeleton Colles' Fracture is a fracture in the distal portion of the radius.

the hangman game

Transcript: SUBMITTED BY: Aanchal Agarwal Enrollment Number:160382 Aastha Sethia Enrollment Number:160383 Akshita Gupta Enrollment Number:160384 Akshita Gupta Enrollment Number:160385 Akshita Lodha Enrollment Number:160386 SCOPE AND FUTURE ENHANCEMENT There are no calculations in the code, but it does require a lot of loops. Now we have to implement loops that would: 1. Allow the user to use the cancel button 2. Check through the entire word to see if guess was correct 3. Display the hangman after every missed guess 4. Black Out letters already guessed 5. Stop the game if word was figured out. 6. Stop the game if player loses and display the answer Along with the loops we are planning to use classes and file management system , for storing the record of the player and the names This project allows the maker to learn and enhance his/her knowledge and skills in programming . The makers of this project learns to implement various aspects of object oriented programming which helps them in long run . USES OF THIS PROJECT 1.To enhance and upgrade the existing system by increasing its efficiency and effectiveness. 2.To make it more user friendly by using GUI(GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE) 3.The system should be modifiable depending on the changing needs of the user. 4. The system can be updated by adding new words the hangman game OUTLINE WHY HANGMAN GAME? OBJECTIVE AND PURPOSE To implement the all the concepts of the Object Oriented Language C++.To enable Data Hiding,Encapsulation,Inheritance,etc.. The purpose of the program is to have some fun at work when you’ve finished all of your projects and you do not have internet access or games! The Hangman Game allows us as a programer to implement concepts like: 1.MODULARITY 2.DATA HIDING 3.ENCAPSULATION 4.INHERITANCE 5.FUNCTION OVERLOADING

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