Class Name: DigitArith
Method Name: closestToTarget
Parameters: int, int
Implement a class DigitArith, which contains a method closestToTarget. The
method takes 2 ints as parameters: a source and a target. The method performs
3 digit arithmetic operations (defined below) successively on the source and
returns the closest possible result to the target.
Digit Arithmetic Operations:
1. Addition - any digit in the operand can be added to the operand. Defined
when the result is less than 10,000.
2. Subtraction - any digit in the operand can be subtracted from the operand.
Defined when the result is non-negative.
3. Multiplication - any digit in the operand can be multiplied by the operand.
Defined when the result is less than 10,000.
4. Division - any digit in the operand can divide the operand. The floor of
the result is taken (Integer Division). Defined when the digit is non-zero.
-The operations are performed on the result of the previous operation. ex: for
the second operation, a digit is chosen from the result of the first, not the
-No intermediate results can be negative.
-The digits are always non-negative.
The method signature is:
int closestToTarget(int source, int target);
source and target are non-negative integers less than 1,000.
-If the source is 12 and the target is 85, the three operations that yeild the
result closest to the target are
12, take the (2) digit, and multiply: 12*2=24
24, take the (4), and multply: 24*4=96
96, take the (9), and subtract: 96-9=87
And the method should return 87.
-If the source is 54 and the target is 13,
54/4=13 -> 13+1=14 -> 14-1=13.
And the method should return 13.