Goal: Print Address with POSTNET bar code. (POSTNET means Postal Numeric Encoding Technique.) Here is an example of such an address: See image.

We will use the vertical line ( | ) to represent the long vertical bar and semicolon ( : ) to represent the short vertical bar

Input File attached: addresses.txt (Naming this input file with a .csv extension is also okay, but then it opens up in Excel if you double click on its name in the Windows Explorer.)

Details:

1.Read an input CSV file containing addresses using a Scanner object. Don't redirect from stdin, read directly from the file. Here are two sample lines from a mailing list:

Anna Lee,123 Nice Street,Memphis,TN,38141-8346

Stan Smith,456 De La Vina Street,Santa Barbara,CA,93101-3298

2.Obtain the input file using a JFileChooser dialog. See the UseFileChooser Example in the input-output examples file.

3.For each line write out an address like this to stdout:

Anna Lee
123 Nice Street
Memphis TN 38141-8346
|::||:|::|::::||:|::|:::|||::|:::||::|::|:||::::|:||

Stan Smith
456 De La Vina Street
Santa Barbara CA 93101-3298
||:|::::||::::||||::::::||::||:::|:||:|::|::|:::|:||

4.The bar code is encoded using this table:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
:::|| ::|:| ::||: :|::| :|:|: :||:: |:::| |::|: |:|:: ||:::

In addition to encoding the 9 digits of the zip code, the bar code includes initial (i) and terminal (t) frame bars and a check sum (cs), which is 10 - the sum of the zip code digits mod 10. Thus the zip code 38141-8346 is encoded like this:

i 3 8 1 4 1 8 3 4 6 cs t
| ::||: |::|: :::|| :|::| :::|| |::|: ::||: :|::| :||:: ::|:| |

The sum of the digits is 38 and 38 % 10 is 8, so the check sum is 10 - 8 = 2. The initial and terminal frame bars are always |.

Note: If the sum of the digit % 10 is 0, the check sum is 10 - 0 = 10, which should be replaced by 0. This can be done with an if statement, or with

checksum %= 10

See this article for more details: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POSTNET

5.Write and use this method:

public static String getBarCode(String zipcode)
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