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Thread: Challenging Problems..!

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    These are the problems that my teacher gave us as a challenge do u have a solution to it?
    Use appropriate notations

    Prog-1(a) Define a Question class which stores a multiple choice question having one correct
    answer. Each question has a complexity (difficulty) level. Use the Question class to define a
    Quiz class. A quiz can be composed of up to 10 questions. Define the add method of the Quiz
    class to add a question to a quiz. Define the giveQuiz method of the Quiz class to present each
    question in turn to the user, accept an answer for each one, and keep track of the results.
    Define a class called QuizTime with a main() method that follows a menu based approach to
    populates a quiz, presents it by asking questions randomly, and prints the final results.
    (b) Modify your program so that the complexity level of the questions given in the quiz is taken
    into account. Overload the giveQuiz method so that it accepts two integer parameters that
    specify the minimum and maximum complexity levels for the quiz questions and only presents
    questions in that complexity range. Modify the main() method to demonstrate this feature.


    Prog-2 The People Bank can handle up to 30 customers who have savings accounts. Design and
    implement a program that manages the accounts. Keep track of key information and allow each
    customer to make deposits and withdrawals. Each withdrawal is charged with some fee.
    Produce appropriate error messages for invalid transactions.



    [Hint: you may want to base your
    Account and Bank objects with following definitions]
    public class Account {
    private long acctNumber;
    private double balance;
    privateCustomer customer;
    public double deposit (double amount);
    public double withdraw (double amount, double fee);
    public double getBalance ();
    public long getAccountNumber ();
    }
    public class Bank {
    private Account[ ] accounts; //Instead of Array, you may use Vector or ArrayList to store accounts
    public void createAccount (long accNumber, double balance, String cname);
    public double deposit (long accNumber, double amount);
    public double withdraw (long accNumber, double amount, double fee);
    public void deleteAccount (long accNumber);
    }


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    Default Re: Challenging Problems..!

    Please Edit your post and wrap your code with
    [code=java]
    <YOUR CODE HERE>
    [/code]
    to get highlighting and preserve formatting.

    Do you have any specific questions? Please post your code and ask questions about the problems you are having.
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Default Re: Challenging Problems..!

    Quote Originally Posted by rahul12321 View Post
    These are the problems that my teacher gave us as a challenge do u have a solution to it?
    If I do your work for you, will I also get your grade?

    Come on, please show a little evidence of effort first.

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    I see that the poster has plastered this question all over the internet. If this poster showed as much initiative when it came to studying Java, he'd have mastered Java by now.

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    Default Re: Challenging Problems..!

    This is a homework dump, and you've dumped this (and been banned from) other java sites. As a result I'm going to lock this thread.

    @rahul12321, you should become familiar with the academic policy at your institution - in the context you have posted, it appears you are phishing for someone to do this for you...I can guarantee that doing so will be considered cheating. If however, you have made a legitimate attempt, and are actually willing to try and learn, you should learn how to ask questions the smart way

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