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Thread: UserNames

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    Default UserNames

    Your program must ask for a user name. If the name is on the list
    below (Liam, for example) greet the user saying:

    welcome back: Liam

    If the user is an admin (like Benkamin, for example) print:

    welcome back: Benjamin
    you have admin privileges

    Your program must accept upper case or lower case:

    emacs% java CheckUserName
    enter a user name: Liam
    welcome back: Liam
    emacs% java CheckUserName
    enter a user name: liam
    welcome back: liam


    Here is the list of users:

    Liam
    Noah
    William
    James
    Oliver
    Benjamin admin
    Elijah
    Lucas
    Mason
    Logan
    Alexander admin
    Ethan
    Jacob
    Michael
    Daniel admin
    Henry
    Jackson
    Sebastian

    Don't use switch

    Examples:


    emacs% java CheckUserName
    enter a user name: Liam
    welcome back: Liam
    emacs% java CheckUserName
    enter a user name: liam
    welcome back: liam
    emacs% java CheckUserName
    enter a user name: Oliver
    welcome back: Oliver
    emacs% java CheckUserName
    enter a user name: Benjamin
    welcome back: Benjamin
    you have admin privileges
    emacs% java CheckUserName
    enter a user name: benjamin
    welcome back: benjamin
    you have admin privileges
    emacs% java CheckUserName
    enter a user name: foo
    You are not a recognized user
    emacs%

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    Default Re: UserNames

    Do you have any java programming questions?

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