Please demo the programs to the instructor during open lab or upload the .java files to Ecampus.


1.  Create a program named parentheses.java that reads in a string of various parentheses, brackets, and braces from standard input.  Write a method that checks whether or not the parentheses, brackets, and braces are balanced.


Example output
This program checks if the parentheses, brackets, and braces are balanced.
Please enter a string:
(({}[()]{[]}))
This string is balanced.


This program checks if the parentheses, brackets, and braces are balanced.
Please enter a string:
{[])[()]}
This string is not balanced.
 

Complete one of the two programs:

Option 2a.  Create a program named equation.java that uses two stacks (Value and Operator) to evaluate a simple equation.
Example equation: 
(2+3)*(8-4)*(5-3)


Option 2b.  Create a program named restaurant.java that implements a queue of food orders.  The class is below:

class Order
{
   String Item;
   double Price;
   Date OrderTime = new Date();

   // add a constructor with parameters for the attributes
}

Main program methods should include Enqueue, Dequeue. 

The main program should have the following menu options:

=====================================
1 = Enqueue an order for a taco
2 = Enqueue an order for a burrito
3 = Enqueue an order for a quesadilla
4 = List all items in queue
5 = Dequeue an order
6 = Exit
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Your Choice:

Extra Credit:  Instead of a dequeue option, have an order dequeued every 10 seconds.  Dequeued items should be listed whenever you do any menu option.