|Given a collection of real values, we want to represent them with a bar chart.
Each value will be represented by a
number of characters, and the bar chart will also display the value per character.
Sales : XXXXXXXXXX Profit: XXXX Costs : X (Each X has a value of 8.8)In this bar chart, the "bar_value" of the first bar, which contains 10 characters, is 10*8.8 = 88.0
No bar in our chart is allowed to contain more than 15 characters, and each bar must contain an integer number of characters. Unfortunately, we may not be able to represent all the values exactly. We define the "bar_error" for a bar to be the absolute value of the difference between its bar_value and the true value that it is meant to represent. We define the "chart_error" for the bar chart to be the maximum bar_error.
Construct a class ChartError that contains a method minErr that is given a String val containing the values we want to represent in our bar chart as decimal strings, and that returns the minimum chart_error that is possible.
|-||val will contain between 1 and 50 elements inclusive.|
|-||Each element of val will contain between 2 and 10 characters inclusive.|
|-||Each element of val will consist of digits '0'-'9' and exactly one decimal point.|
|-||Each element of val will have no more than 2 digits before the decimal point.|