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Assignment Overview

You are tasked with creating an application that uses a GUI that simulates a simple banking interface similar to an ATM / online banking using the Python 3 programming language.

The assignment is broken up into five main components:

1.) The ability to provide an account number and a PIN (Personal Identification Number) to sign into a bank account,

2.) The ability to view the balance of the bank account and to deposit and withdraw virtual money into and out from the account,


3.) The ability to save transactions via file storage so that you can log in, deposit some money and then log out – and when you log back in that money is still there, and finally

4.) The ability to display a graph of projected earnings on the bank account via the compound interest accrued over a variable amount of time.

5.) A Test Case that ensures your BankAccount's deposit and withdraw functionality operates correctly.


Your submission should consist of three Python scripts that implement this application as described in the following pages: bankaccount.py, main.py along with a testbankaccount.py which contains a small test case with a few simple unit tests than ensure that your bank accounts deposit_funds and withdraw_funds methods operate correctly.

You are provided with a 'stub' of each of these files which contain all the function declarations and comments which describe the role of the function and how it can be put together, but you will have to write the code for vast majority of the functions yourself. You are also provided with a stub of the bankaccounttestcase.py file.

Your final submission should be a zipped archive (i.e. ‘zip file’) containing your completed Python scripts.

There is no word processed component to this second assignment.

Answered Same Day May 23, 2020 ITECH1400

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Abr Writing answered on May 29 2020
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