Hello!You will need this video to download the software into your computer to assist with this assignment.Please read the directions completely before working on this.Video on how to install Eclipse a

Hello!

You will need this video to download the software into your computer to assist with this assignment.

Please read the directions completely before working on this.

Video on how to install Eclipse and Java(JDK) for windows 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzmdRcN8EVI

Assignment instructions:

Before beginning work on this assignment read the Lesson: Arrays (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. from Oracle and Chapter 10: Array Types (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. online resources, and review any relevant information in this week’s lecture. Review the instructions for your final Java Project in Week Six of this course. For this assignment, you will apply technical skills in the creation of two arrays that will be part of your Week Six project.

Using Java Netbeans or Eclipse within your virtual lab environment, you will create two arrays that will be used to store UserNames and Passwords as part of your Final Project. Please use the requirement of passwords that are at least eight characters in length. This can be a one-dimensional array. If you feel comfortable with two-dimensional arrays, I encourage you to use one here. The array should contain 10 records. Using the following information, create a unique password for users 2-10.

ID         USERID            PASSWORD

0            Admin               Password1

1          Vale.Vicky          ZZZZZZZ

2          Lane.Lois            VVVVVV 

3         Kent.Clark         AAAAAA 

4        Wayne.Bruce   FFFFFFFF

5        Parker.Peter     RRRRRRR  

6        Rogers.Steve   QQQQQQ  

7         Luther.Lex        GGGGGG 

8       Osborn.Harry   YYYYYY

9       Prince.Diana      LLLLLLL 

10.    Linda Zoel      PPPPPPPP

 Within the virtual lab environment take a screenshot of your completed Array showing all 10 records in the Java Netbeans or Eclipse program and create a PDF. Download the PDF to your computer and submit it through Waypoint for grading.