Java Exercises Strings and StringTokenizer
Java Exercises ? Strings & StringTokenizer. 1. Write a program that reads a string and then prints a diamond shaped array based on.
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Java Exercises - Strings & StringTokenizer
1.Write a program that reads a string and then prints a diamond shaped array based on
the characters of the string. As an example, if the string has the value "SAMPLE", then
the program should print the pattern
The program should work for a string up to ten characters long. If a user supplies a
string that is longer than ten characters, the program should use only the first ten
characters in forming the pattern.
2.A palindrome is a string that reads the same both forward and backward. Examples of
palindromes are "radar" and "31413".
(a)Write a boolean-valued method isPalindrome that has a single String parameter.
The method should return true if and only if its parameter is a palindrome.
(b)Modify your method so that it ignores cases of letters, punctuation marks, and
blanks in making a decision about whether or not a string is a palindrome. For
example, the string:
"A man, a plan, a canal: Panama!"
should be taken to be a palindrome.
Write a program that prompts the user for a string and notifies the user if it is a