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Language/Type: Java Lists
Author: Stuart Reges (on 2020/10/08)

Write a method called acronymFor that takes a list of strings as a parameter and that returns the corresponding acronym. You form an acronym by combining the capitalized first letter of a series of words. For example, the list [laughing, out, loud] produces the acronym "LOL". The list [Computer, Science and, Engineering] produces the acronym "CSE". You may assume that all of the strings are nonempty. Your method is not allowed to change the list passed to it as a parameter. If passed an empty list, your method should return the empty string. You may construct iterators and strings, but you are not allowed to construct other structured objects.

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