This assignment must be completed by 10:10 AM on Saturday, 28 September and uploaded to the Homework 5 moodle page. You should upload only your Home05.java file.
Your program should be implemented in a class named
edu.unca.cs.csci202 package and have a proper
This assignment tests file I/O and exception handling.
The first thing your program should do is read a single
line of input from
(You real should use a
Scanner for this.)
Your program will trim the string of leading and trailing
white space and then try to open an output file using the
input string as the name of the file.
If the open fails, your program should terminate by writing a
message similar to the following to the
Unable to open output file: FILENAME
where FILENAME is the filename typed by the person running the program.
Now the program continues by reading a list of lines corresponding to post offices and ZIP codes. A comma will always separate the city from the state. You may assume there are no extra spaces within the city name. Here’s an example of legal input for the program.
Asheville, NC 28804 Asheville, NC 28801 Asheville , NC 28806 New Bern, NC 28561 Truth or Consequences, NM 87901
In the output, the lines should be neatly printed as shown below with 20 spaces set aside for the city. In the city name is longer than 20 characters, stop at the 20th. Here’s an example of the output for the above input.
Asheville NC 28804 Asheville NC 28801 Asheville NC 28806 New Bern NC 28561 Truth or Consequence NM 87901
The program should stop printing addresses when it encounters an improperly formatted line, for example, a blank line or a line with no comma.