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For this exercise, we assume a slightly more restricted version of HTML than that is often used. HTML (the language for web pages) uses pairs of tags to indicate the beginning and the end of a piece of information.

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Problem 1: well formed html

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For this exercise, we assume a slightly more restricted version of HTML than that is often used. HTML (the language for web pages) uses pairs of tags to indicate the beginning and the end of a piece of information. Here are the important rules regarding tags for this lab:

  1. A tag is always enclosed by a pair of < >. For example <li> and <p> are tags.
  2. The characters ‘<’ and ‘>’ do not appear anywhere else in the webpage other than as tag
  3. Tags appear in pairs. The start tag is a sequence of letters and the corresponding end tag is the same sequence of characters preceded by a ‘/’. For example <li> and </li> are a pair of tags.
  4. Tags are not case sensitive. For example <li> and <LI> are considered the same.
  5. Tags do NOT split across lines.
  6. Tags may be nested, but each start tag must have a corresponding end tag to form a well-formed expression. For example

<body>

 

          <p> this is fun </p>

 

          <ul>

 

                     <li> first </li>

 

                     <li> second item</li>

 

                     <li> third item </li>

 

          </ul>

 

</body>

is well-formed, since the nesting is correct.

 

Write an implementation to determine whether a given string is a well-formed HTML string. Your implementation should have the following classes and methods:

 

 

public class WellFormedHtmlChecker {

        public boolean isWellFormed(String html) {

 

        }

}

 

Please note the method isWellFormed is a non-static method.

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