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# program7 - 15-100 PROGRAM 7 FALL 2007 Due Monday November 5...

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15-100 PROGRAM 7 - FALL 2007 Due: Monday, November 5 by 11:59PM using electronic hand-in BACKGROUND In the game of Super 21, the object is to get as close to a total of 21 as possible without going over. The game is played with an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. The cards that show 2-9 are worth their face values. 10, J, Q, and K are worth 10, and A is always worth 11. The player is dealt 2 cards and their rank values are added to the player's total. The player is asked if he/she wants another card. Each time the player answers yes, the player gets another card that is added to his/her total. The player continues until either he/she answers no or the player reaches 21 or more. The player's winnings for the round is determined as follows: TOTAL WINNINGS 21 \$2000 20 \$1000 19 \$500 18 \$250 < 18, > 21 \$0 ASSIGNMENT Download the zip file Super21.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 PlayingCard class that simulates a playing card from a standard deck of cards. Every card has two properties that define its state: its suit (a string: "HEARTS", "CLUBS", "SPADES" or "DIAMONDS") and its rank (a character: '2', '3', '4', '5', '6', '7', '8', '9', 'T' for 10, 'J' for Jack, 'Q' for Queen, 'K' for King and 'A' for Ace).

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