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    write a class namesd fibonacci which when called by the class CalcFib will calcul;ate the fibonacci sequence of numbers. the first two numbers in the Fibonacci sequence are 1 and should be accounted for in the constructor method. Every other number in the sequence is the sum of the two previous numbers numbers and a method(s) in Fibonacci should determinie them.CalcFib should prompt the user to enter a limit; the program will stop when the current number in the sequence is greater than or equal to this limit.here is what the user will see when the program is executed: this proogram is executed: enter a limit on the largest numbers to be displayes:50


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    Do you have any specific questions about your assignment?
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    Default Re: java

    need a program that works

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    every on e is crashing

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    every on e is crashing
    Copy the full text of the error messages and paste it here.
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    Default Re: java

    import java.util.*;
    import java.io.*;


    public class convertdate{
    public static void main(String[] args){

    System.out.print("Enter date to be converted: "); // Inputs the month, day, and year
    Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in);
    String date = in.next();
    String dte = date.trim(); // Trims the extra spaces

    int index1 = dte.indexOf(" "); // Creates the minimum space between the characters
    int index2 = dte.lastIndexOf(" , ");

    /* This is where the letters of the month are going to be stored at in the output as well as capitalizing the first letter of the month */
    String firstLetter = dte.substring(0,1);
    String otherLetters = dte.substring(10);
    String dte0 = firstLetter.trim().toUpperCase() + otherLetters.trim().toLowerCase();

    /* Trims the extra spaces from the date */
    String dte1 = dte0.trim().substring(0, index1);
    String dte2 = dte.trim().substring(index1 + 1, index1 + 5);
    String dte3 = dte.trim().substring(index2 + 1);

    System.out.println("Converted Date: " + dte2 + " " + dte1 + " " + dte3); // Gives the output of an accurate date without any extra spaces
    }
    }

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    sorry this is the program that is giving alot of trouble now

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    the program that is giving alot of trouble
    Please explain what the "trouble" is.

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    Write a java program named ConvertDate that converts a date entered by the user into another form. the users inout will have the form
    month day, year

    the month will be one of the word january , february,.... the letters in the month may be lowercase or any mixture of the two . there must be spaces : 1 space before the month ,2 between the month and the day , 3 betwwen the day and the year and 4 after the year. it must then be converted to
    Day month year

    date: mAY 12 , 2000
    ConvertDate : 12 May 2000

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    Write a java program named ConvertDate that converts a date entered by the user into another form. the users inout will have the form
    month day, year

    the month will be one of the word january , february,.... the letters in the month may be lowercase or any mixture of the two . there must be spaces : 1 space before the month ,2 between the month and the day , 3 betwwen the day and the year and 4 after the year. it must then be converted to
    Day month year

    date: mAY 12 , 2000
    ConvertDate : 12 May 2000

    import java.util.*;
    import java.io.*;


    public class convertdate{
    public static void main(String[] args){

    System.out.print("Enter date to be converted: "); // Inputs the month, day, and year
    Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in);
    String date = in.next();
    String dte = date.trim(); // Trims the extra spaces

    int index1 = dte.indexOf(" "); // Creates the minimum space between the characters
    int index2 = dte.lastIndexOf(" , ");

    /* This is where the letters of the month are going to be stored at in the output as well as capitalizing the first letter of the month */
    String firstLetter = dte.substring(0,1);
    String otherLetters = dte.substring(10);
    String dte0 = firstLetter.trim().toUpperCase() + otherLetters.trim().toLowerCase();

    /* Trims the extra spaces from the date */
    String dte1 = dte0.trim().substring(0, index1);
    String dte2 = dte.trim().substring(index1 + 1, index1 + 5);
    String dte3 = dte.trim().substring(index2 + 1);

    System.out.println("Converted Date: " + dte2 + " " + dte1 + " " + dte3); // Gives the output of an accurate date without any extra spaces
    }
    }

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    Write a java program named ConvertDate that converts a date entered by the user into another form. the users inout will have the form
    month day, year

    the month will be one of the word january , february,.... the letters in the month may be lowercase or any mixture of the two . there must be spaces : 1 space before the month ,2 between the month and the day , 3 betwwen the day and the year and 4 after the year. it must then be converted to
    Day month year

    date: mAY 12 , 2000
    ConvertDate : 12 May 2000

    import java.util.*;
    import java.io.*;


    public class convertdate{
    public static void main(String[] args){

    System.out.print("Enter date to be converted: "); // Inputs the month, day, and year
    Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in);
    String date = in.next();
    String dte = date.trim(); // Trims the extra spaces

    int index1 = dte.indexOf(" "); // Creates the minimum space between the characters
    int index2 = dte.lastIndexOf(" , ");

    /* This is where the letters of the month are going to be stored at in the output as well as capitalizing the first letter of the month */
    String firstLetter = dte.substring(0,1);
    String otherLetters = dte.substring(10);
    String dte0 = firstLetter.trim().toUpperCase() + otherLetters.trim().toLowerCase();

    /* Trims the extra spaces from the date */
    String dte1 = dte0.trim().substring(0, index1);
    String dte2 = dte.trim().substring(index1 + 1, index1 + 5);
    String dte3 = dte.trim().substring(index2 + 1);

    System.out.println("Converted Date: " + dte2 + " " + dte1 + " " + dte3); // Gives the output of an accurate date without any extra spaces
    }
    }

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    Default Re: java

    Please explain what problems you are having with the program.

    Please edit your post and wrap your code with
    [code=java]
    <YOUR CODE HERE>
    [/code]
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    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.