CS2030 Lab #7: Java Streams




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CS2030 Lab #7: Java Streams
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Java Streams
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Application of Java Streams
Java Streams are to be used for the method implementations as specified in this assignment
The Tasks
There are several tasks in this assignment.
For each task, you are to define the appropriate method(s) within the Main class in You may also submit
other utility classes if necessary.
Task 1 — Count Twin Primes
A prime number is a natural number greater than 1 that is only divisible by 1 and itself. A twin prime is one of a pair of
prime numbers with a difference of 2. For example, 41 and 43 are twin primes.
Define the method countTwinPrimes in class Main which takes in an integer n and counts the number of distinct
twin primes from 0 until n inclusive.
static long countTwinPrimes(int n)
Save your Main class in the file
jshell> Main.countTwinPrimes(100)
$.. ==> 15
jshell> Main.countTwinPrimes(2)
$.. ==> 0
jshell> Main.countTwinPrimes(3)
$.. ==> 1
Task 2 — Reverse String
Define the method reverse in class Main that takes in a String str and returns the reverse of str.
static String reverse(String str)
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Save your Main class in the file
jshell> Main.reverse(“orange”)
$.. ==> “egnaro”
jshell> Main.reverse(“one two three”)
$.. ==> “eerht owt eno”
jshell> Main.reverse(“”)
$.. ==> “”
jshell> Main.reverse(“the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.”)
$.. ==> “.god yzal eht revo spmuj xof nworb kciuq eht”
Task 3 — Counting Repeats
Define the method countRepeats in class Main that takes in an integer array of digits 0 to 9 and returns the number
of occurrences of adjacent repeated digits.  You may assume that there are at least three elements in the array.
static long countRepeats(int… array)
For example,
the array {0, 1, 2, 2, 1, 2, 2, 1, 3, 3, 1} has three occurrences of repeated digits
the array {0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2} has one occurrence
Save your Main class in the file
jshell> Main.countRepeats(0,1,2,2,1,2,2,1,3,3,1)
$.. ==> 3
Task 4 — Normalized Mean
Given a list T of n integers ti
, the normalized value of each ti
is defined as
where minT and maxT represent the minimum and maximum values among all n values in T.
For example, the list of values {1,2,3,4,5} upon normalizing will become {0,0.25,0.5,0.75,1} since minT = 1
and maxT=5.With the set of normalized values generated, the normalized mean can be easily computed to be 0.5.
Notice from the above that finding the normalized mean requires values in the list to be accessed twice: once for finding
the maximum/minimum, and a second time to compute each normalized value and finding the mean.
Alternatively, we can re-expressed the normalized mean as
This way we need to only access each element in the list exactly once.
Define the method normalizedMean in class Main that takes in a Stream of Integer elements and returns the
normalized mean
static double normalizedMean(Stream<Integer> stream)
Save your Main class in the file
jshell> Main.normalizedMean(Stream.<Integer>of(1, 2, 3, 4, 5))
$.. ==> 0.5
jshell> Main.normalizedMean(Stream.<Integer>of(1, 1))
$.. ==> 0.0
jshell> Main.normalizedMean(Stream.<Integer>of(1))
$.. ==> 0.0
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jshell> Main.normalizedMean(Stream.<Integer>of())
$.. ==> 0.0