Write a program that administers a basic hexidecimal addition quiz to the user. There should be ten questions. Each question is a simple addition problem such as “2C + 12 = “, where the numbers are hexidecimal. The numbers in the problem are chosen at random (and are not too big, < 100). The program should ask the user all ten questions and get the user’s answers. The user will answer in hexidecimal numbers. After asking all the questions, the user should print each question again, with the user’s answer. If the user got the answer right, the program should say so; if not, the program should give the correct answer. At the end, tell the user their score on the quiz, where each correct answer counts for ten points.
You can use as many subroutines as you want. I suggest at least four subroutines, one to create the quiz, one to administer the quiz, one to convert the user’s answers to ints, and one to grade the quiz. It can use three arrays, with three global variables of type int[ ], to refer to the arrays. The first array holds the first number from every question, the second holds the second number from every questions, and the third holds the user’s answers.
Hint: You can output hexidecimal values by using the following:
int x = 16; System.out.printf("x = %2X\n", x); // prints out "10"
The assignment is due on Friday at 11:55pm. You may turn it in early.
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