Java代写｜Individual Project: txted Deliverable 3
In this project, you will be developing a simple Java application (txted) using an agile,test-driven process involving multiple deliverables. While you will receive one grade for the entire project, each deliverable must be completed by its own due date, and all deliverables will contribute to the overall project grade.
Specification of the txted Utility
txted is a simple command-line utility written in Java with the following specification:
txted allows for simple text manipulation of the content of a file.
txted OPTIONS FILE
Program txted performs basic text transformations on lines of text from an input FILE. Unless the -f option (see below) is specified, the program writes transformed text to stdout and errors/usage messages to stderr. The FILE parameter is required and must be the last parameter. OPTIONS may be zero or more of the following and may occur in any order:
Edit file in place. The program overwrites the input file with transformed text instead of writing to stdout.
● -e <string>
Exclude any lines containing the given string.
Used with the -e flag ONLY; applies case insensitive matching.
● -s <integer>
● Skip either the even or odd lines in a file, with 0 being even and 1 being odd.
● -x <string>
Adds string as a suffix to each line.
Reverse the order of lines in a file — the last line is first, the first line is last,and so on.
● -n <integer>
Add a line number field followed by a single space to the beginning of each line output. The line number field shall be left-padded with 0 or left-truncated as required to the width specified by the integer parameter.
Line numbering should start at 1.
● While the last command-line parameter provided is always treated as the filename, OPTIONS flags can be provided in any order and will be applied as follows:
○ Options -f and -i should be processed first, as they determine global parameters of the computation.
○ Options -s, -e, -x, -r, and -n should be processed in this order. That is:
(1) if-s is present, then file content is filtered based on the specified parameter;
(2) if -e is present, then file content excludes lines that include the specified parameter;
(3) if -x is present, then a suffix should be applied;
(4) if -r is present, then reversal of line order logic is performed;
(5) if -n is present, then padded line numbering should be applied.
● Specifying option -i without having specified option -e should result in an error.
● Specifying option -e or -x with an empty string parameter should result in an error.
● Specifying option -n with an integer <0 should result in an error.
● Specifying option -s with an input parameter not equal to 0 or 1 should result in an error. Each file starts with line 1, which should be considered odd.
● If options are repeated, only their last occurrence is considered.
● All program option parameters are required and will result in an error if omitted.
● You should assume that the <string> parameters will not contain newlines, as the behavior of the program is platform dependent and undefined in those cases.
● You should assume that the last line of the input file will be newline-terminated. Otherwise, program behavior is undefined.
○ The only exception would be an empty input file which should produce an empty output with no options executed.