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Note: Use Java to implement your solution. Write a program to read a list of students from a file and create a linked list. E

Note: Use Java to implement your solution. Write a program to read a list of students from a file and create a linked list. Each entry in the link list should have the student’s name, a pointer to the next student, and a pointer to a linked list of scores. There may be up to four scores for each student. The structure is shown below: students Steve Abrew Steve Abrew 11 ” Sarah Trapp 7 8 7 9 w The program should initialize the student list by reading the students’ names from the text file and creating null score lists. It should then loop through the list, prompting the user to enter the scores for each student. The scores’ prompt should include the name of the student. 52 85 87 After all scores have been entered, the program should print the scores for each student along with the score total, average score and grade. The data for each student are shown in the following table. Student Name Score 1 Score 2 Score 3 Albert Einstein 67 Steve Abrew 90 86 93 David Nagasake 100 89 Mike Black 87 85 Andrew Dijkstra 82 Joanne Nguyen 80 91 Chris Walljasper 100 89 Fred Albert 68 Dennis Dudley 79 Leo Rice Fred Flintstone 8174 Frances Dupre 76 Dave Light 76 83 Hua Tran 8194 Sarah Trapp 83 198 193 86 91 Show transcribed image text Note: Use Java to implement your solution. Write a program to read a list of students from a file and create a linked list. Each entry in the link list should have the student’s name, a pointer to the next student, and a pointer to a linked list of scores. There may be up to four scores for each student. The structure is shown below: students Steve Abrew Steve Abrew 11 ” Sarah Trapp 7 8 7 9 w The program should initialize the student list by reading the students’ names from the text file and creating null score lists. It should then loop through the list, prompting the user to enter the scores for each student. The scores’ prompt should include the name of the student. 52 85 87 After all scores have been entered, the program should print the scores for each student along with the score total, average score and grade. The data for each student are shown in the following table. Student Name Score 1 Score 2 Score 3 Albert Einstein 67 Steve Abrew 90 86 93 David Nagasake 100 89 Mike Black 87 85 Andrew Dijkstra 82 Joanne Nguyen 80 91 Chris Walljasper 100 89 Fred Albert 68 Dennis Dudley 79 Leo Rice Fred Flintstone 8174 Frances Dupre 76 Dave Light 76 83 Hua Tran 8194 Sarah Trapp 83 198 193 86 91

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