Lab 0

Your job is to create a directory on called lab0, save this file there, and then write a Java program (in the same directory) that reads in this file, and prints its contents to another file replacing all 'g' characters with 't'.
Your program should run from the command line and take two arguments as input: the name of the input file, and the name of the output file. You can use the BufferedReader and BufferedWriter classes to read/write from/to files, you can see their documentation in the Java API. To figure out how to look at and change the characters of a String, you can consult the documentation of the String class. You may also use the Scanner class to read from a file, if you are more familiar with it.
If you need help with Unix (the operating system that runs on the CSA network) you can look here.