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**THE PET.JAVA CLASS IS ALREADY DONE **
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GO TO : Global Rain Summary Report
When you are done implementing the Pet class, refer back to the Pet BAG Specification Document and select either the pet check in or check out method. These methods are detailed in the Functionality section of the specification document. Open the summary report template, located in the What to Submit section. In the template, write pseudocode that lays out a plan for the method you chose. Ensure that you organize each step in a logical manner and that your method meets the specifications in the document for either the check in or check out process. Your pseudocode must not exceed one page. Note: Remember, you will not be creating the actual code for the method, and you do not have to write pseudocode for both methods. Based on the pseudocode you wrote, create a flowchart using a tool of your choice for the method you selected. Your flowchart will help your team communicate how you are planning to develop the software for your client. Your flowchart must be confined to one page. In your flowchart, be sure to do the following: Include start and end points. Include appropriate decision branching. Align the flowchart to the check in or check out process. Note: You may draw your flowchart by hand and take a clear picture of it, or you may use a flowcharting tool. Refer to the Supporting Materials section to help you insert your flowchart into your summary report. Based on your software design and development experience, your supervisor has asked you to articulate your programming approach. This will help ensure clarity, consistency, and efficiency among all developers working on this app. Specifically, you have been asked to briefly explain how you applied object-oriented programming principles and concepts (such as encapsulation, inheritance, and so on) in your software development work thus far. Your explanation should be one paragraph or four to six sentences.