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PigLatinTranslator2 - PigLatinTranslator2.java Author Lewis...

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//******************************************************************** // PigLatinTranslator2.java Author: Lewis and Loftus // // Solution to Programming Project 5.1 //******************************************************************** / import java.util.StringTokenizer; i public class PigLatinTranslator2 { //----------------------------------------------------------------- // Translates a sentence of words into Pig Latin. //----------------------------------------------------------------- public static String translate (String sentence) { String result = ""; sentence = sentence.toLowerCase(); StringTokenizer tokenizer = new StringTokenizer (sentence); while (tokenizer.hasMoreTokens()) { result += translateWord (tokenizer.nextToken()); result += " "; } return result; } //----------------------------------------------------------------- // Translates one word into Pig Latin. If the word begins with a // vowel, the suffix "yay" is appended to the word. Otherwise, // the first letter or two are moved to the end of the word, // and "ay" is appended. //----------------------------------------------------------------- private static String translateWord (String word) { String result = ""; if (beginsWithVowel(word)) result = word + "yay"; else if (beginsWithPrefix(word)) result = word.substring(2) + word.substring(0,2) + "ay"; else result = word.substring(1) + word.charAt(0) + "ay";
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