You programming project will have a menu-driven interface. 1) Enter students and scores 2) Get highest average score 3) Get lowest average score 4) Get student by ID 5) Exit You can do this via JOptionPane, for the purposes of your projects. The Get High and Get Low choices print BOTH THE STUDENT NAME AND THE SCORE. The Get student by ID, finds the student and prints out his scores. After each choice, is completed (output to standard out is OK) then reprint the main menu. Put all the main code and it’s supporting methods in an application class called Grades and save as Grades.java. In this case you will have 2 files: [url removed, login to view] and Grades.java. Put them in the same folder (directory) and make sure [url removed, login to view] compiles first! Grades depends on Student. So it my work first. If there is a [url removed, login to view] file in the same directory when you start compiling [url removed, login to view], the Java compiler will find it.
Windows 2000 Java 1.4