Class name: Arithmetic
Method name: getResult
Parameters: int, char, int
Returns: int[]
Implement a class Arithmetic, which has a method getResult.
The method signature is (be sure your method is public):
int[] getResult(int a, char op, int b)
*a is between 0 and 255, inclusive
*op is either '+' or '*'
*b is between 0 and 255, inclusive
if op is '+', then
result = a + b
if op is '*', then
result is a * b
The return value should be an array of type int with 2 elements.
The first element will be the remainder of result when divided by 256.
The second element will be the quotient of result when divided by 256.
The remainder and quotient would be calculated as follows:
if we are dividing x by y, then the quotient is the largest positive integer q
such that
q * y (multiplication) is less than or equal to x, and x  (q * y) is less than
y.
The remainder is the difference x  (q * y).
If x = 13, and y = 3, then
quotient = 4, and remainder = 1 because
3 * 4 = 12 <= 13 and 13  12 = 1 < 3.
If x = 10, and y = 5, then
quotient = 2, and remainder = 0 because
2 * 5 = 10 <= 10, and 10  10 = 0 < 2.
Examples:

op = '+'

a = 200
b = 3
op = '+'
return { 203, 0 }
a = 200
b = 0
op = '+'
return { 200, 0 }
a = 200
b = 56
op = '+'
return { 0, 1 }
a = 255
b = 0
op = '+'
return { 255, 0 }
a = 255
b = 255
op = '+'
return { 254, 1 }

op = '*'

a = 200
b = 3
op = '*'
return { 88, 2 }
a = 200
b = 0
op = '*'
return { 0, 0 }
a = 200
b = 56
op = '*'
return { 192, 43 }
a = 255
b = 1
op = '*'
return { 255, 0 }
a = 255
b = 255
op = '*'
return { 1, 254 }
