Temperature Write a Temperature class that has two instance variables: a temperature value (a floating-point number) and a character for the scale, either C for Celsius or F for Fahrenheit. The class should have a number of constructor methods: one with two parameters for the two instance variables, and a noargument constructor (set to zero degrees Celsius). Include the following:
(1) two accessor methods to return the temperature one to return the degrees Celsius, the other to return the degrees Fahrenheit use the following formulas to write the two methods, and round to the nearest tenth of a degree: degreesC = 5(degreesF - 32)/9 degreesF = (9(degreesC)/5) + 32
(2) three mutator or set methods: one to set the value, one to set the scale (F or C), and one to set both; (3) three comparison methods: an equals method to test whether two temperatures are equal, one method to test whether one temperature is greater than another, and one method to test whether one temperature is less than another (note that a Celsius temperature can be equal to a Fahrenheit temperature as indicated by the above formulas); and (4) a suitable toString method. Then write a driver program (or programs) that tests all the methods. Be sure to use each of the constructors, to include at least one true and one false case for each of the comparison methods, and to test at least the following temperature equalities: 0.0 degrees C = 32.0 degrees F, -40.0 degrees C = -40.0 degrees F, and 100.0 degrees C = 212.0 degrees F.