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program6 - 15-100 PROGRAM 6 FALL 2007 Due Monday October 8...

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15-100 PROGRAM 6 - FALL 2007 Due: Monday, October 8 by 11:59PM using electronic hand-in BACKGROUND A speech writer wants to do an analysis of a speech to determine the number of words that are used of a specific length. (Public speeches where words are overly long might be confusing for the general public.) You are hired to write a Java program that reads in a text file that contains a speech containing only words and spaces (no punctuation), and you will output the total number of words in the speech that are 1 letter long, 2 letters long, ..., 9 letters long and the number of words that are more than 9 letters long. ASSIGNMENT Download the zip file SpeechAnalyzer.zip from the course website. This file, when uncompressed, contains a folder that has two Java classes. Load this project folder into Eclipse. One class is the SpeechAnalyzer class that contains a main method that you must write that will count the total number of words of each length from 1 to 9 and greater than 9.
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