CS310 Data Structures Programming Assignment 3: Linked Lists Solution

CS310 Data Structures Programming Assignment 3: Linked Lists Solution

Problem Scenario
The real estate office was very impressed with your work from last week. Nevertheless, the real estate office manager just read his “Java Geek Weekly”, and discovered arrays and ArrayLists may not be the most optimal data structures to use. Thus, the real estate office has asked to replace them with Linked Lists.
There was also some concern within the real estate office there were too many errors being allowed into the reports. They would still like the program to first build the logs and run the report as you did last week, producing a report in the file: output/assn3initialReport.txt But after that, they would like the program to validate the data in the linked lists, and clean them up.
They would like the program to:
o Check the realtor log for invalid realtor license numbers, using the realtor license number validation
method already developed for the Realtor class
 If a realtor license number is invalid, remove the realtor from the realtor log, along with all of the realtor’s properties in the property log.
o Check the property log for invalid MLS numbers, using the MLS number validation method already developed for the Property class
 If a property has an invalid MLS number, remove that property from the list.
o Write lines to the console, as it cleans the lists, indicating any actions taken to remove invalid data.
Once all the data has been validated, the program should run the final report again, producing a second report, so the real estate office can compare the two reports.
The second report will be stored in file: output/assn3cleanReport.txt
Program Requirements
The program must follow the CS310 Coding Standards from Content section 1.9. This csv input file for this program will be called “assn3input.txt”, and will have the same format as the input file from Assignment 2.
The implementation classes from last week will be replaced with new implementation classes that will implement Linked Lists. So you will modify the implementations from last week, by removing the array and ArrayList data structures and replacing them with this week’s Linked List data structures.
The textbook described several types of linked lists, including:
 Singly Linked Lists
 Java Collection Linked List (java.util.LinkedList)
Your RealtorLogImpl will implement an ordered singly linked list, with a Realtor node class, and (add, remove, etc) methods that you code yourself (see Adding to an ordered list in Content 3.5)
Your PropertyLogImpl will implement a Java Collection Linked List.

To enable writing reports to different files, you will also need to add a filename parameter to the PrintImpl’s report printing method (and then add arguments to any calls to that method).

Iteration
All of the RealtorLogImpl methods that traverse the singly linked list, will start at the top of the list, and traverse the list using a loop.
Since this is an ordered list, when adding new nodes, the code will need to find the correct insertion spot that will maintain order by realtor license numbers.
All of the PropertyLogImpl methods that traverse the linked list will use Iterator, as described in the textbook.

New Methods
Add a traverseDisplay() method to both RealtorLogImpl and PropertyLogImpl.
These methods will first display a header:
Realtor Log: OR Property Log:
and will traverse the list being implemented, using the toString() method to display each object in the
list.
Add a cleanUp() method to the RealtorLogImpl to validate and clean up the realtor list, removing
Realtor objects with invalid realtor license numbers.
Add a cleanUp() method to the PropertyLogImpl to validate and clean up the property list, removing
Property objects with invalid MLS numbers.
Node Class
The textbook refers to inner classes – you have probably not seen these yet. Inner classes allow you to
include one class within another. Using the inner class, textbook examples accessed attributes like this
Since all of the attributes were private, and within the parent class, it was possible to use the “dot” (.)
notation to access the attributes.
You will not do this. Instead of using inner classes, you will be creating your own Node class for the
Realtor’s singly linked list. Since the Node class will be a separate class, you will use getter/setter
methods for access to private attributes. For example, using a Node class, the above code would be:
Node<String bob = new Node<String("Bob");
bob.setNext(harry.getNext()); // Step 1
harry.setNext(bob); // Step 2
A sample Node class for a singly linked list is shown in the linked list building example of the online
Content in section 3.2.
The main method
You will start with the same main method that you used for Assn 2.
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After reading the data and creating the initial report (same as in Assn 2), add code to the end of the main
method to:
 Display each list, using the traverseDisplay() methods.
 Clean up the lists.
 Create the second “clean” report.
Hints
Your application should contain the following class source code files now:
 CS310<lastname.java
 Realtor – object class for realtors
 RealtorNode – node class for a singly linked list
 RealtorLogImpl – singly linked list implementation of the realtor log
 Property – object class for properties
 PropertyLogImpl – java.util.LinkedList implementation of the property log
 PrintImpl – same format and data displayed as last week, but modified to use the linked lists
Additional Requirements
 Your input data file will still be read from the input folder in your project.
Place all test data files that you create to test your program in the input folder of your project, and
name them as follows:
assn3input1.txt
assn3input2.txt
(i.e. number each data file after the filename of assn3input.txt)
Together, all of your test data files should demonstrate that you have tested every possible execution
path within your code, including erroneous data which causes errors or exceptions.
For example, make sure you have test files with realtor license numbers that are not in the correct
order, so you can validate that your program is inserting them in order.
WARNING: You will not be given ANY credit for the input file that is included as an example with
these requirements. The test files should be of your own creation.
 Your output data files will still be written to the output folder in your project.
 Create and/or modify Javadoc headers, and generate Javadoc files
 Add screen shots of clean compile of your classes to the documentation folder.
WARNING: Submittals without the clean compile screenshots will not be accepted.
(This means that programs that do not compile will not be accepted)
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Program Submission
This assignment is due by midnight of the date listed on the Course Assignments by Week page.
 Export your project from NetBeans, following the same steps used in Assns 1 &2.
o Name your export file in the following format:
CS310<lastnameAssn<x.zip
For example: CS310SmithAssn3.zip
NOTE: Save this zip file to some other directory, not your project directory.
 Submit your .zip file to the Prog Assn 3 Submission Folder (located under Assignments tab in
online course).
Warning: Only NetBeans export files will be accepted.
Do not use any other kind of archive or zip utility.
Grading
This program will be graded using the rubric that is linked under Student Resources page.
WARNING:
Programs submitted more than 5 days past the due date will not be accepted,
and will receive a grade of 0.
See appendix on next pages for samples of input and output
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Appendix – Sample Input/Output
Sample Input Data File:
REALTOR,ADD,MN4564567,Carla,Combs,444-555-6666,0.014
PROPERTY,ADD,4455667,MN4564567,4455 This Circle,Denver,CO,80333,1,1,N,344555
REALTOR,ADD,RR6655443,Jerry,Smith,555-444-3333,0.013
PROPERTY,ADD,23456789,RR6655443,888 Terry Lane,Longmont,CO,80503,3,2,N,222222
REALTOR,ADD,AB1234567,Matthew,Munez,123-456-7890,0.012
PROPERTY,ADD,1234567,AB1234567,1234 Which Way,Somewhere,CO,82222,3,3,Y,222222
PROPERTY,ADD,2234567,AB1234567,345 Main St,Fort Collins,CO,81333,4,3.5,N,222333
REALTOR,DEL,MN4564567
REALTOR,ADD,XY98765432,Alex,Yung,999-888-7777,0.013
PROPERTY,ADD,9998888,XY98765432,111 Main St,Cheyenne,WY,82222,1,1,N,199888
Sample Display Output:
Reading data from file input/assn3Input.txt
ADDED: Realtor with license MN4564567
ADDED: Property with MLS number 4455667 listed by realtor MN4564567
ADDED: Realtor with license RR6655443
ERROR: Property with MLS number 23456789 has an invalid MLS number.
ADDED: Property with MLS number 23456789 listed by realtor RR6655443, regardless of data errors.
ADDED: Realtor with license AB1234567
ADDED: Property with MLS number 1234567 listed by realtor AB1234567
ADDED: Property with MLS number 2234567 listed by realtor AB1234567
DELETED: Realtor with license MN4564567 has been removed from the realtor log
All realtor's properties will also be removed from the property log
Removing property 4455667 listed by Realtor MN4564567
ERROR: Realtor with license XY98765432 has invalid license number.
ADDED: Realtor with license XY98765432, regardless of data errors.
ADDED: Property with MLS number 9998888 listed by realtor XY98765432
Done reading file. 10 lines read
Realtor Log:
Realtor{licenseNum=AB1234567, firstName=Matthew, lastName=Munez, phoneNum=123-456-7890, commissionRate=0.012}
Realtor{licenseNum=RR6655443, firstName=Jerry, lastName=Smith, phoneNum=555-444-3333, commissionRate=0.013}
Realtor{licenseNum=XY98765432, firstName=Alex, lastName=Yung, phoneNum=999-888-7777, commissionRate=0.013}
Property List:
Listing{mlsNum=23456789, licenseNum=RR6655443, streetAddress=888 Terry Lane, city=Longmont, state=CO, zipCode=80503, numBedrms=3,
numBaths=2.0, sold=false, askingPrice=222222.0}
Listing{mlsNum=1234567, licenseNum=AB1234567, streetAddress=1234 Which Way, city=Somewhere, state=CO, zipCode=82222, numBedrms=3,
numBaths=3.0, sold=true, askingPrice=222222.0}
Listing{mlsNum=2234567, licenseNum=AB1234567, streetAddress=345 Main St, city=Fort Collins, state=CO, zipCode=81333, numBedrms=4,
numBaths=3.5, sold=false, askingPrice=222333.0}
Listing{mlsNum=9998888, licenseNum=XY98765432, streetAddress=111 Main St, city=Cheyenne, state=WY, zipCode=82222, numBedrms=1,
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numBaths=1.0, sold=false, askingPrice=199888.0}
Creating initial report...
Report is complete -- located in file: output/assn3initialReport.txt
Cleaning up realtor and property logs...
Invalid realtor license number for realtor XY98765432
Removing realtor XY98765432 and all propertys associated with this realtor
Removing property 9998888 listed by Realtor XY98765432
Invalid MLS number for property 23456789 -- Deleting property from log
Creating clean report...
Report is complete -- located in file: output/assn3cleanReport.txt
Sample Initial Report:
AB1234567 Munez, Matthew
1234567 1234 Which Way 3/3.0 $ 222222.00 SOLD
Somewhere, CO 82222
2234567 345 Main St 4/3.5 $ 222333.00
Fort Collins, CO 81333
Number of Property Listings for Realtor: 2
Total sales value of Property Listings for Realtor: $ 444555.00
RR6655443 Smith, Jerry
23456789 888 Terry Lane 3/2.0 $ 222222.00
Longmont, CO 80503
Number of Property Listings for Realtor: 1
Total sales value of Property Listings for Realtor: $ 222222.00
XY98765432 Yung, Alex
9998888 111 Main St 1/1.0 $ 199888.00
Cheyenne, WY 82222
Number of Property Listings for Realtor: 1
Total sales value of Property Listings for Realtor: $ 199888.00
Total Number of Property Listings for ALL Realtors = 4
Total sales value of Property Listings for ALL Realtors = $ 866665.00
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Sample Clean Report:
AB1234567 Munez, Matthew
1234567 1234 Which Way 3/3.0 $ 222222.00 SOLD
Somewhere, CO 82222
2234567 345 Main St 4/3.5 $ 222333.00
Fort Collins, CO 81333
Number of Property Listings for Realtor: 2
Total sales value of Property Listings for Realtor: $ 444555.00
RR6655443 Smith, Jerry
Number of Property Listings for Realtor: 0
Total sales value of Property Listings for Realtor: $ 0.00
Total Number of Property Listings for ALL Realtors = 2
Total sales value of Property Listings for ALL Realtors = $ 444555.00
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