PROBLEM STATEMENT
Implement a class Clock, which contains a method getAngles. getAngles takes a
String in the form "HH:MM:SS" representing a time of day. getAngles returns an
int[] holding the angles that the hour hand, minute hand, and the seconds hand
make, clockwise, from 12:00:00 to the hand. At 12:00:00 all hands are at 0
degrees. If the angle is not a whole number of degrees, simply truncate the
decimal part.
DEFINITION
Class Name: Clock
Method Name: getAngles
Parameters: String
Returns: int[]
Method signature (be sure your method is public): int[] getAngles(String time);
TopCoder will ensure the validity of the inputs. Inputs are valid if all of
the following criteria are met:
 The input String is in the form "HH:MM:SS"
 HH is an integer between 01 and 12, inclusive, representing hours.
 MM is an integer between 00 and 59, inclusive, representing minutes.
 SS is an integer between 00 and 59, inclusive, representing seconds.
NOTES
 The element located at index zero of the return int[] should represent the
angle that the hour hand made from 12:00:00 to the hour hand.
 The element located at index one of the return int[] should represent the
angle that the minute hand made from 12:00:00 to the minute hand.
 The element located at index two of the return int[] should represent the
angle that the seconds hand made from 12:00:00 to the seconds hand.
 The seconds hand makes one full rotation every minute, the minute hand makes
one full rotation every hour, and the hour hand makes one full rotation every
twelve hours.
 Keep in mind that the hour and minute hands are continuously moving. For
example, the number of degrees returned for the minute and hour hands at
01:07:00 will not be the same as the number of degrees returned for the minute
and hour hands at 01:08:00.
EXAMPLES
"06:00:00" getAngles returns [180, 0, 0]
"08:30:00" getAngles returns [255, 180, 0]
"10:17:55" getAngles returns [308, 107, 330]
