Write a method squareOfSymbols that displays a solid rectangle of symbols whose height
width are specified in integer parameter height and width respectively. And this method also
receive a third parameter of type char called fillCharacter. For example, if height is 5, weight is
4, and the fillCharacter is *, the method should display
Incorporate this method into an application that reads an integer value for side from the user
and outputs the asterisks with the squareOfAsterisks method.
Write methods that accomplish each of the following tasks:
A. Write a method called divideQuotient that calculates the integer part of the quotient when
integer a is divided by integer b.
B. Write a method called divideRemainder that calculates the integer remainder when integer
a is divided by integer b.
C. Use the methods developed in parts (a) and (b) to write a method displayDigits that
receives an integer between 1 and 99999 and displays it as a sequence of digits, separating
each digit by two spaces. For example, the integer 4562 should appear as 4 5 6 2
D. Also write a method called displayReverseDigits that is similar to (c), but it displays digits in
reverse order. For example, 2 6 5 4
Incorporate the methods into an application that inputs an integer and calls displayDigits by
passing the method the integer entered. Display the results.
Write an application that simulates coin tossing. Let the program toss a coin each time the user
chooses the “Toss Coin” menu option. Count the number of times each side of the coin appears.
Display the results. The program should call a separate method flip that takes no arguments
and returns a value from a Coin enum (HEADS and TAILS). [Note: If the program realistically
simulates coin tossing, each side of the coin should appear approximately half the time.]