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(a) Source code (b) A report (not to exceed two pages) as an ASCI text document, MS Word document, or a PDF file that contains a description of the ALGORITHM implemented by your program and an analysis of its complexity using Big O notation. It is important that you write a description of the algorithm, not a description of your program! In other words, do not explain your classes and methods. Explain: 1) The sequence of operations that you use to solve the problem, and 2) Why this sequence of operations correctly solves the problem. Pseudo-code is a standard way of explaining algorithms.

Write a program called *Split *in Java that reads a text file, in.txt, that contains a list of positive integers (duplicates are possible, zero is not considered a positive integer) separated by spaces and/or line breaks. After reading the integers, the program prints out Yes if the set of integers can be split into two subsets with equal sums of elements and with equal numbers of elements. Otherwise (if the list if integers cannot be divided into two subsets satisfying the condition above), the program prints out No. Assume that in.txt contains at least 2 integers

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