1. Create, using NetBeans, a complete Java program called (PatternMaker) according to....

1. Create, using NetBeans, a complete Java program called (PatternMaker) according to the following

guidelines.

The program prompts the use for five input values: an integer value between 1 and 10 (inclusive) for

the number of rows to be printed, a second integer value between 1 and 10 (inclusive) for the number

of columns to be printed, a string value for the starting string of the pattern, a string value for the

second string of the pattern, and a string value that separates the first two strings.

The program must use nested for loops to print a rectangular array of

alternating

first and second

strings of the pattern, separated by the separator string and such that the first string in the first row

uses the “first string” provided by the user, but

each subsequent row alternates the starting string

between the “second string” the user provided and the “first string” the user provided.

Use methods to accept the user input and to generate the program output. Your main program should

consist simply of a few variable declarations and method calls.

So, for instance, if the user enters 5 for the number of rows, 7 for the number of columns, and “XX”

for the first string, “OO” for the second string, and “***” for the separator, your program should print

the following rectangular pattern.

XX***OO***XX***OO***XX***OO***XX

OO***XX***OO***XX***OO***XX***OO

XX***OO***XX***OO***XX***OO***XX

OO***XX***OO***XX***OO***XX***OO

XX***OO***XX***OO***XX***OO***XX

Thoughts:

*) Note the requirement for this program to use nested for loops

*) Note that there is no delimiter at the end of the lines.





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