Programming

PRG/420 Java Programming 3 LABS

Edit: Make sure to use the starting code found within the attached LAB Images.The code assignments have to be pasted into the LabProgram.java box for grading and the starting code can not be changed.(LAB 1) Smallest NumberWrite a program whose inputs are three integers, and whose output is the smallest of the three values.Ex: If the input is: 7 15 3the output is: 3(LAB 2) Interstate Highway NumbersPrimary U.S. interstate highways are numbered 1-99. Odd numbers (like the 5 or 95) go north/south, and evens (like the 10 or 90) go east/west. Auxiliary highways are numbered 100-999, and service the primary highway indicated by the rightmost two digits. Thus, I-405 services I-5, and I-290 services I-90.Given a highway number, indicate whether it is a primary or auxiliary highway. If auxiliary, indicate what primary highway it serves. Also indicate if the (primary) highway runs north/south or east/west.Ex: If the input is: 90the output is: I-90 is primary, going east/west.Ex: If the input is: 290the output is: I-290 is auxiliary, serving I-90, going east/west.Ex: If the input is: 0 or any number not between 1 and 999the output is:0 is not a valid interstate highway number.(LAB 3) SeasonsWrite a program that takes a date as input and outputs the date’s season. The input is a string to represent the month and an int to represent the day.Ex: If the input is: April 11the output is: SpringIn addition, check if the string and int are valid (an actual month and day).Ex: If the input is: Blue 65the output is: InvalidThe dates for each season are:Spring: March 20 – June 20Summer: June 21 – September 21Autumn: September 22 – December 20Winter: December 21 – March 19Edit: Make sure to use the starting code found within the attached LAB Images.The code assignments have to be pasted into the LabProgram.java box for grading and the starting code can not be changed.12/05/202060informationsystems

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