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Introduction:This assignment is to provide practice in using the Java I/O techniques discussed in the Module 10video lectures and readings. Although the main focus of this assignment is Java I/O techniques, Javadesign and implementation techniques discussed in earlier modules should be incorporated in to thisassignment.Problem:Supplied is a data file from the US Census which contains data from US school districts and reportsstatistics related to child poverty (http://www.census.gov/did/www/saipe/data/highlights/2013.html). Itis desired to have a summary report which calculate basic statistics at the state level.Desired Implementation:Java 8 implementation to read the supplied text data and produce a report similar to the below:There should be two separate “programs” (main()), one to read the text data file and write a reformattedfile to be read by the second program which will create the report to standard out. Note before thereport is displayed, a single line with “File: “ then the path of the input file for the report is displayed.The first program will have 3 run-time parameters, the data source file path, the destination file path,and the number of records in the data file (13486) .The second program will have 2 run-time parameters, the input file path and the number of records.Features and Restrictions:This assignment is an individual effort. Collaboration with other students on design approaches,implementation techniques, etc. as well as using the course's Discussion Board and other courseresources are encouraged but the design, implementation, and submitted files must be your owncreation.A good reference for the Java 8 API is at: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/api/The programs should use standard (SE) Java 8 code and compile without errors or warnings. It shouldalso run without errors or warnings when given valid input.The programs should provide reasonable parameter validation (correct number of parameters,reasonable values, etc.).The programs should not use any Java collections (ArrayList, Map, Vector, etc.) except standard Javaarrays. Collections are introduced in a later module.The file produced by the first program should not be deleted after running the report program.The program's code should be reasonable formatted and commented as demonstrated so far in thecourse.Resources:File: SmallAreaIncomePovertyEstData.txt – contains the small area poverty data. It is a standard 8-bitreadable text file.File: SmallAreaIncomePovertyEstLayout.txt – contains information about the field layout of theSmallAreaIncomePovertyEstData.txt file.Submitted Files:Please submit the following files in a single compressed zip file (.zip):• Source files needed to recreate both of your programs• The compiled .class files for your programs and any needed custom classes• The supplied text files and any other additional files needed to run your programs• Short word processed file (.odt, .doc, .docx) explaining how to run your program.01 00190 Alabaster City School District 31754 6475 733 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00005 Albertville City School District 21522 4010 1563 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00030 Alexander City City School District 17292 2719 1158 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00060 Andalusia City School District 9044 1512 471 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00090 Anniston City School District 22759 3304 1122 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00100 Arab City School District 8238 1491 250 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00120 Athens City School District 23494 3767 770 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00180 Attalla City School District 6019 971 283 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00210 Auburn City School District 57441 7120 994 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00240 Autauga County School District 55246 10643 1855 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00270 Baldwin County School District 195540 32652 6171 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00300 Barbour County School District 14124 1769 759 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00330 Bessemer City School District 27510 4765 2009 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00360 Bibb County School District 22512 3590 1096 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00390 Birmingham City School District 212631 30718 12740 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00420 Blount County School District 51246 9201 2218 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00012 Boaz City School District 9619 1742 464 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00450 Brewton City School District 5354 866 279 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00480 Bullock County School District 10639 1565 684 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00510 Butler County School District 20265 3494 1430 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00540 Calhoun County School District 56502 9945 2162 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00600 Chambers County School District 27696 4343 1348 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00630 Cherokee County School District 26203 4163 1184 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00188 Chickasaw City School District 6120 1028 443 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00660 Chilton County School District 43951 7767 2503 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00690 Choctaw County School District 13426 2160 616 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00720 Clarke County School District 19459 3399 1146 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00750 Clay County School District 13486 2195 604 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00780 Cleburne County School District 14631 2505 637 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00810 Coffee County School District 18996 3302 719 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00840 Colbert County School District 23763 3740 947 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014 01 00870 Conecuh County School District 12887 2122 843 USSD13.txt 24NOV2014

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