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***Someone that knows myprogramminglab (very basic Java)*** 5. NumberCounter Design and implement a program that counts the number of integer values...

***Someone that knows myprogramminglab (very basic Java)***

5.9: NumberCounter
Design and implement a program  that counts the number of integer  values  in a text input file. Produce a table listing the values  you identify as integers  from the input file.

SPECIFICATION OF PROMPTS, LABELS AND OUTPUT : Your code should not use any prompt at all since it is reading from a text file. The input to this program  will come from a file named  "numbers". That file contains a set of integers . Print each integer  in the file on a line by itself and after every integer  is printed then print the line "X integers  read", where X  is the number of integers  actually read in. For example, if the file numbers  contains "4 1 99", the output  would be:
4
1
99
3 integers  read
SPECIFICATION OF NAMES: Your application class  should be called NumberCounter

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