Perfect Numbers
We consider an integer number as a perfect number if its factors (including 1, but not the number itself) total up to the number. For example, 6 is a perfect number because its factors (excluding 6) are: 1, 2, and 3, which total to 6.
Write a method (also known as functions in C++) named isPerfect that takes in one parameter named number, and return a String (the method’s return type MUST BE a String) containing the factors for the number that totals up to the number if the number is a perfect number. If the number is not a perfect number, have the method return a null string (do this with a simple: return null; statement).
Utilize this isPerfect method in a program that prompts the user for a maximum integer, so the program can display all perfect numbers from 2 to the maximum integer (be careful having the user pick a maximum integer bigger than 100000).
To be submitted:
The .java source file of your assignment (do not include the .class file – it is an unreadable binary file)
Documentation file for the assignment (see: ProgrammerDocumentationFile.txt Download ProgrammerDocumentationFile.txt)
Any submissions without a method named isPerfect returning a String will be scored as an automatic zero!
Any submissions with hardcoded strings (your function must actually calculate the factors and build the string from those calculated factors) will be scored as an automatic zero!