Write a complete Java program in a class named Houses that generates the attached output.
Use static methods to show overall structure and eliminate redundancy in your solution with the use of additional methods and definite loops where appropriate.
Decompose the overall image into separate pieces (they become methods), then each piece may be able to be decomposed further (into additional methods) to avoid redundancy. houses.txt download
Draw the image on a full sheet of paper Divide up the components Look for repeating patterns in the houses This will reduce complexity and redundancy in your code See the video in Chapter 1 (starFigures and starFigures2) to get better understanding of this problem.
Be sure that main contains no print statements except for blank lines each method contains at least two statements* avoids redundant code *One exception is a method that prints [ [ [ ] ] ] only Do coding in Eclipse Upload your source code (Houses.java) to Canvas when complete Be sure to include your name in the block comments at the top Grading criteria 5 points:
Accurate Output 1 point
Method structure illustrates overall image structure 1 point
Redundancy (repetition) is limited 2 points
Use of Definite Loops 1 point
See attached text file for output.
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