Program for Randomly Generated 3- Digit Number Matches
This assignment demonstrates your ability to use basic Java syntax including selection and looping statements. You will need to write a Java application that determines how often a randomly generated 3- digit number matches your favorite 3-digit number. For example, suppose your favorite number is 777, if the computer generated a 3-digit number 1 million times, how often would it pick 777?
There are several requirements for this assignment. Review each requirement before you prepare your solution:
1. Write a Java application called LotteryPick3 that will use an Input Dialog to prompt a user for their lucky 3-digit number and the number of times they would like the simulation to run.
2. You should use input validation to ensure a 3 digit integers was entered and the number of times they want the loop to run is between 1000 and 10 million. Error messages for improper/invalid input should be accompanied by a Dialog message explaining the issue and asking for a re-entry of the invalid data.
3. You will then write the code that generates a random 3-digit number and determines if it matches the lucky number. You will execute the loop the number of times the specified by the user in the input dialog prompt.
4. The simulation should keep track of the number of times the random number matches the lucky number.
5. The program should output using a Dialog box providing the input data as well as the number of times the lucky number was matched.
6. Both programs should compile and run without error.
7. Be sure to test your program carefully. Provide a list of comprehensive test cases used to validate your application.
You should submit your LotteryPick3.java file in the WebTycho assignments folder prior to the due date of listed in the syllabus. Also, include your test cases used to validate your formulas and the results of your tests in a neatly, organized word document. You should name the word document firstinitiallastnamehw2.doc. (e.g., I would submit jrobertsonhw2.doc)