Welcome to lab 2!

If you have checkpoints from the last lab to show your instructor or TA, do so immediately. No credit will be given if you have not already completed the work, nor will credit be given after the first 10 minutes of this lab.

Work with a partner that you have not worked with before.

Our goal today is acquaint ourselves with methods of the `Math`

and `String`

classes.

Person A types. Make a `labs.lab02`

package in your IntelliJ project.

Complete two of the following problems:

- In class
`Circler`

, prompt the user for four numbers: an x-coordinate for point A, a y-coordinate for point A, an x-coordinate for point B, and a y-coordinate for point B. Print the parametric equation of the circle whose perimeter passes through these two points. The equation should follow this pattern:(x - originX)^2 + (y - originY)^2 = radius^2

For example, if point A is (0, 0) and point B is (1, 0), print the following equation:(x - 0.5)^2 + (y - 0)^2 = 0.5^2

Use`printf`

instead of a messy concatenation. - In class
`Clamper`

, write a`main`

method that asks the user for a single number. Clamp the number to the range [*lo*,*hi*] and print the result. That is, if the number is less than*lo*, print the number*lo*. If it is greater than*hi*, print the number*hi*. Otherwise, the number is already within the range and can be printed as is. Use`Math.min`

and`Math.max`

to solve this. Do not use`if`

statements, even if you’re familiar with them. Do not prompt the user for*lo*and*hi*. You, the developer, should define them directly in the code according to your whimsy. - In class
`Range`

, prompt the user to enter a low number and a high number, both integers. Generate a random integer in that range, inclusively. Use only`Math.random`

, not the`Random`

class. Test your code with a small range, like 20 through 21, and make sure you see all numbers in this range.

Person B types.

Complete two of the following problems:

- When you publish a file on the web for people to access, it’s better that the files name not contain any spaces. Otherwise, the spaces get turned into funny codes like
`%20`

. (20 is the value 32 in base 16, and 32 is the integer value of the space character in the ASCII and Unicode standards.) In class`Cleanup`

, write a`main`

method that prompts the user to enter the name of a file containing spaces. Using methods of the`String`

class, substitute underscores (`_`

) for any spaces and print the result. - You enroll at wizarding school and the sorting hat wants to assign you a username. It asks you for your name (first and last), retrieves it with only a single
`Scanner`

method call, and then magically prints out your username, which is the first letter of your first name followed by your complete last name, all lowercase. For example, if the user enters “Robin Steele”, the username is “rsteele”. In class`Usernamer`

, write a`main`

method that accomplishes this task. - In class
`Ticker`

, prompt the user to enter two team names and two integer scores. Print them using a single call to`printf`

(or`print`

and`String.format`

) such that the team names are left-aligned to fill 15 columns and the scores are right-aligned to fill 4 columns, with a`|`

character separating the columns. For example:Heffalumps | 17 Woozles | 9

See this reference on the format string protocol.

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