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Using a text editor, start by creating a file that contains a list of at least 15 six-digit account numbers. Read in each account number and display whether it is valid. An account number is valid only if the last digit is equal to the remainder when the sum of the first five digits is divided by 10. For example, the number 223355 is valid because the sum of the first five digits is 15, the remainder when 15 is divided by 10 is 5, and the last digit is 5. Write only valid account numbers to an output file, each on its own line. Note that the contents of the file AcctNumsIn.txt will change when the test is run to test the program against different input. import java.nio.file.*; import*; import java.nio.channels.FileChannel; import java.nio.ByteBuffer; import static java.nio.file.StandardOpenOption.*; public class ValidateCheckDigits { public static void main(String[] args) { Path fileIn = Paths.get("/root/sandbox/AcctNumsIn.txt"); Path fileOut = Paths.get("/root/sandbox/AcctNumsOut.txt"); // I need help writing the code here. I have tried 15 or 16 times with no luck at all. } }

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