|Pig Latin is a simple way of encoding words. We have invented a competitor
called "Vowel Latin". It just changes the order of the
letters in a word by moving all the vowels to the end, keeping them in the
same order as they appeared in the original word.
Vowels are defined to be the letters 'a', 'e', 'i', 'o', and 'u' (in either uppercase or
lowercase). The reordering of the letters in a word does not change their case.
So the Vowel Latin version of "AmplifierX" would be "mplfrXAiie"
Create a class VowelLatin that contains a method translate that is given a String
word and that returns the Vowel Latin version of word.