Creates a Raptor program that simulate the card dealing process of a 52-card deck; the program generates 1000 random integers in the range 1 – 52. Student correctly represents the cards by suit (1 – 13 represents clubs; 14 – 26 represents diamonds; 27 – 39 represents hearts; 40 – 52 represents spades). After traversing through 1000 deals, the program displays the number of times each suit occurred in the 1000 deals. Declares and uses valid variables with the appropriate data types. Evaluates the input, processes the data and determines the appropriate solution. Creates formulas that can produce correct results. Show mastery of algorithm design. Incorporates logical conditions that covers all boundaries specified by the problem. Use defensive programming techniques. Show strong evidence of applying program development strategies as discussed in the reading. Enter in the appropriate documentation
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