After you gain familiarity with the Eclipse environment, you are going to write a very simple Java program, and run it using Eclipse. Following is the sample code.
Note that the name of the following Java program is HelloWorld.java. The spelling of HelloWorld must be exactly the same as to the word next to “public class.” Be careful about the upper and lowercase, in Java, uppercase and lowercase does make a difference. And by tradition, the first letter of the class should be in upper case.
public class HelloWorld
public static void main(String args)
System.out.println(“Hello World, this is my first Java class”);
Write a java program to display a greeting message and name it as greetings.java. The message needs to include the following information: your name, city you live in, your profession, and what you would like to do in your spare time etc. Once you are done with debugging and running the program, copy a screen shot of the output along with the java program, paste it to a word document, and submit the word document to dropbox.
Note: use sample program as reference to prepare for this programming assignment.
• The program should use both System.out.print and System.out.println methods
• The program has no compiling errors.
• The program displays the greeting message required.
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******* Please submit (upload) your Case and SLP assignments in two files:
1. A screenshot of the full Eclipse window, with the (numbered) source code and the output clearly visible. The screenshot should be taken and pasted into the Word (LibreOffice etc.) document and submitted as .DOCX file.
The output is typically displayed in the console below the source code or to the right of the source code.
Make sure all is included in your screenshot.
2. You also have to upload your source code as a separate .TXT file (written in Word, WordPad or similar, (but not in Notepad). Another option is to include your source code as a plain text in the .DOCX document referred to in (1).
3. You DO NOT need to submit .JAVA file.
You are required to place comments in your JAVA source code.