Use the Web to learn how to use the LocalDate Boolean methods isBefore(), isAfter(), and equals(). Use your knowledge to write a program that prompts a user for a month, day, and year, and then displays a message specifying whether the entered day is in the past, the current date, or in the future. Save the file as PastPresentFuture2.java
Create a class that holds data about a job applicant. Include a name, a phone number, and four Boolean fields that represent whether the applicant is skilled in each of the following areas: word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and graphics. Include a constructor that accepts values for each of the fields. Also include a get method for each field. Create an application that instantiates several job applicant objects and pass each in turn to a Boolean method that determines whether each applicant is qualified for an interview. Then, in the main() method, display an appropriate method for each applicant. A qualified applicant has at least three of the four skills. Save the files as JobApplicant.java and TestJobApplicants.java.
Write an application that counts by three from 3 through 300 inclusive, and that starts a new line after every multiple of 30 (30, 60, 90, and so on). Save the file as CountByThrees.java.
Modify the CountByThrees application so that the user enters the value to count by. Start each new line after 10 values have been displayed. Save the file as CountByAnything.java.
Write an application that allows a user to enter any number of student test scores until the user enters 999. If the score entered is less than 0 or more than 100, display an appropriate message and do not use the score. After all the scores have been entered, display the number of scores entered, the highest score, the lowest score, and the arithmetic average. Save the file as TestScoreStatistics.java.