On Sat, 10 Dec 2016 16:27:39 -0800, kainattshafiq90 wrote:
> Hi, can someone please help me code this???
> Gadget class has four attributes, which correspond to the model,
> - The price (in pounds)
> - The weight (in grams)
> - The size (e.g. “71mm x 137mm x 9mm”) respectively
> The price is a decimal number - The weight is an integer - The model and
> the size are strings of text
> Each attribute is initialized in the constructor, by being assigned the
> value of one of the constructor's four parameters, and each attribute
> has a corresponding accessor method.
This looks like Java 101 homework. However, it seems that you've not made
any attempt to help yourself yet, so:
- Read your Java language manual.
- Write code that you think should answer the problem.
- Compile it. Test it.
- If it doesn't work and you don't understand why, show us your code
and ask again.
Make sure you add a toString() method to your homework class so you can
see whether its constructor did what you expect.
Write a test program. This must have a main() method that creates an
instance of your homework class, calls its toString() method and displays
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