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Grad level 6 page writing assignment.  Details in attachment

computer science

 

 

 

read the attachment file then answer this question 

 

1. Question 1:

 

A small company offers you a programming job. You are to work on new versions of its software 

product to disable copy protection and other access controls on electronic books. (For this 

exercise, assume you are in a country that does not outlaw tools to circumvent copy protection 

as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act does in the United States.) The company’s program 

Attachments: 

Intro to Java Exercise: (Attached FutureValueApp.java)

 Intro to Java Exercise:

(Attached FutureValueApp.java)



1) Start a new class named Validator in the same package as the FutureValueApp class.



2) Move the getDouble, getDoubleWithinRange, getInt, and getlntWithinRange methods from the FutureValueApp class to the Validator class.



3) Change the name of the getDoubleWithinRange method to getDouble, and change the name of the getlntWithinRange method to getInt. This overloads the getDouble and getInt methods.

Programming assignment (100 pts): Add additional functionality to your

 

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Lab Lab #7.

Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to



Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS1 Introduction to Programming Languages CECS121

Lab #6.

Write a function named findNums() that accepts a string parameter, checks if it has anynumber/numbers. If there

 USE PYTHON



Write a function named findNums() that accepts a string parameter, checks if it has anynumber/numbers. If there are no numbers in the String, it should return -1. If there are anynumber/numbers, then it should create a new number that has all the digits in the given String.



For example: findNums("a1b2c3") should return 123



2nd example: findNums("Omega 345. This is Charles 62") should return 34562



3rd example: findNums(“Python”) should return -1

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