The program you’ll have to create needs to be able compute aggregates from a file containing data. I’ll explain exactly what that means in the requirements section. First, take a look at the data below.


"PRODUCT_NAME","PRODUCT_CATEGORY","SALES_PRICE"
"Hair Gel","Beauty",6.99
"Scotch tape","Office Supply",2.99
"Office Chair","Office Supply",134.99
"Eraser","Office Supply",0.99
"Lipstick","Beauty",9.99
"Nail Polish","Beauty",8.99
"Note Book","Office Supply",2.99
"Flower Pot","Home & Gardening",22.76
"Garden Hose","Home & Gardening",12.87

This format is referred to as a CSV (Comma Separated Values). Review this and understand what kind of data it is. The first line is called the header. The lines following the header is the actual data in the respective order. Each attribute is separated with a comma hence the name.

Requirements:
To work on this assignment, first you need to create a file called products.csv in your eclipse workspace and paste the above data in that file.

Your program should read through the file and compute the following calculations.
1). The average price for each product_category.
2). The total sales value for each product_category.
3). The number of products in each product_category.
4). The most expensive item in each product_category.

Your program should print to the screen the information. Here is an example of how it should be printed out:


Beauty
----------------------------------
average_price = 8.66
total_sales_value = 25.97
number_of_products = 3
most_expensive = 9.99
Office Supply
----------------------------------
average_price = xxxx
etc etc...

You’ll need to use a file reader in Java to parse files. Check out this tutorial if you need help in that: http://www.mkyong.com/java/how-to-read-file-from-j...

Keep in mind the OOP design principles you learned about in the “Master Object Oriented Design” course. Especially the single responsibility principle! Don’t dump everything in one class file. Separate the responsibilities so that your code is well organized. Be creative and experiment. There are many ways to solve this problem.

Best of luck.