The files must be called Proper coding conventions required the first letter of the class start with a capital letter and the first letter of each additional word start with a capital letter. Only submit the .java file needed to make the program run. Do not submit the .class file or any other file. 5% Style Components Include properly formatted prologue, comments, indenting, and other style elements as shown in Chapter 2 starting page 64 and Appendix 5 page 881-892. 5% Topics covered in chapter Topics with * are covered in this assignment. Ensure you use every item listed below in your completed assignment. *Array List class *Storing Primitives in Array List *Array List vs standard Array Linked List class List interface Queues, Stacks, and Array Deque class *Java Collections Basic Requirements This program is similar to Unit 1 except it uses array lists. Write a program that generates random number between 1 and 100, then allows you to search for matching values. Output is printed for a sorted and unsorted list. LiFiUnit2Ch10.java · Declare an array list to hold random numbers. · Get input for how many random numbers to use. · Using a “for loop”, add random numbers to the array list between 1 and 100. · Get input for value to be searched. · Using a “for-each loop” and a sequential search, search through the ar o Output “Unsorted list” and: o For each match found, output # found at location: # (see example) · Use java collections to sort the array list. · Using a “for-each loop” and a sequential search, search through the array list for the search term entered. o Output “Sorted list” and: o For each match found, output # found at location: # (see example) · Only print the headers and values if the search item is found. Print the total value of all random numbers added together after the search has complete. Sample output is provided below. Be sure to mimic it exactly except for the numbers entered.

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