Java Application 1 – Pig Latin Converter
Pig Latin is a constructed language where English words are altered according to a simple set of rules.
The objective is to conceal the meaning of the words from others not familiar with the rules. The reference to Latin is a deliberate misnomer, as it is simply a form of jargon, used only for its English connotations as a “strange and foreign-sounding language.”
The rules for converting from English to Pig Latin can be elaborate, but we will adopt the following rules which are simpler:
• For words that begin with vowels (a, e, i, o, u), the letters “yay” are added to the end of the word.
• For words that begin with consonants, the initial consonant is moved to the end of the word, and “ay” is added.
Here are some examples:
English Word Pig Latin
Create a java application to convert English words to pig Latin using the above rules.
Put the code in a loop to continue prompting for more words to convert.
Here is an example of how the program might appear
Name the Java Class: PigLatinConverter
Java Application 2 – Sentence Analyzer
Create a java application to read a line from the keyboard and display the following statistics.
Number of characters entered in the line
Number of letters in the line
Number of Digits in the line
Number of spaces in the line
Number of uppercase letters in the line
Number of lowercase letters in the line
Here is an example of how the program might appear:
Name the Java Class: SentenceAnalyzer