Task 1 – Three Words.java Write a Java program called ThreeWords that prompts (asks) the user to…
Task 1 – Three Words.java Write a Java program called ThreeWords that prompts (asks) the user to enter three words, separated by a space, on the same line and read in using the .nextLine() method of the Scanner class. You may NOT use the .next() method of the Scanner class in this Task. Using the .next() method of the Scanner class will result in this Task being awarded 0, regardless of correct execution. (You may assume that the user always enters 3 words, each word separated by a single space.) Once the user has entered the three words, the program displays to the screen the longest word, that is, the word with the most characters. In the event of one or more of the words having the same number of characters, the program may decide which word it displays to the screen. Based on the restrictions above, the skeleton of your program will look like this: Some sample runs of the program are included below (user input is in bold): > java ThreeWords Enter 3 words >> hello dragon at the longest word is dragon > java ThreeWords Enter 3 words >> finished this Task1 The longest word is finished > java ThreeWords Enter 3 words >> aa a abc The longest word is abc
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