Write a Java program with eclipse that will shuffle a deck of cards .docx - Write a Java program with eclipse that will shuffle a deck of cards and

Write a Java program with eclipse that will shuffle a deck of cards .docx

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Write a Java program with eclipse that will shuffle a deck of cards and distribute them into four hands.If possible can you describe/ show how to display actual images from a file of each player\'s hand. Thank you Solution Constructor and instance methods in class Deck: /** * Constructor. Create an unshuffled deck of cards. */ public Deck() /** * Put all the used cards back into the deck, * and shuffle it into a random order. */ public void shuffle() /** * As cards are dealt from the deck, the number of * cards left decreases. This function returns the * number of cards that are still left in the deck. */ public int cardsLeft() /** * Deals one card from the deck and returns it. * @throws IllegalStateException if no more cards are left. */ public Card dealCard()
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Constructor and instance methods in class Hand: /** * Constructor. Create a Hand object that is initially empty. */ public Hand() /** * Discard all cards from the hand, making the hand empty. */ public void clear() /** * Add the card c to the hand. c should be non-null. * @throws NullPointerException if c is null. */ public void addCard(Card c) /** * If the specified card is in the hand, it is removed. */ public void removeCard(Card c) /** * Remove the card in the specified position from the * hand. Cards are numbered counting from zero. * @throws IllegalArgumentException if the specified * position does not exist in the hand. */ public void removeCard(int position) /** * Return the number of cards in the hand. */ public int getCardCount() /** * Get the card from the hand in given position, where * positions are numbered starting from 0. * @throws IllegalArgumentException if the specified * position does not exist in the hand.
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*/ public Card getCard(int position) /** * Sorts the cards in the hand so that cards of the same * suit are grouped together, and within a suit the cards * are sorted by value. */ public void sortBySuit() /** * Sorts the cards in the hand so that cards are sorted into * order of increasing value. Cards with the same value * are sorted by suit. Note that aces are considered * to have the lowest value. */ public void sortByValue() Here is the complete Card class. It is general enough to be highly reusable, so the work that went into designing, writing, and testing it pays off handsomely in the long run. /** * An object of type Card represents a playing card from a * standard Poker deck, including Jokers. The card has a suit, which * can be spades, hearts, diamonds, clubs, or joker. A spade, heart, * diamond, or club has one of the 13 values: ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, * 8, 9, 10, jack, queen, or king. Note that \"ace\" is considered to be * the smallest value. A joker can also have an associated
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