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    Default Subclass/Interface problem

    Hi there im having a bit of a problem, I have a House class which contains an arraylist of rooms(Room class). There is also a Property Menu class which asks the user to choose between a range of options .ie add a house. Eventually the user will be asked is the house for sale when adding a house.

    The part of the task I am having trouble with is this:

    Create a subclass of House called HouseForSale. Houses for sale have a guide price variable. Implement a zero-argument constructor for creating saleable houses interactively. Also overload toString().

    I've created the subclass and the giude price variable. In the constructor should I put in a scanner to read in the room information then put it it an House arraylist called i.e housesell?


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    Default Re: Subclass/Interface problem

    What happened when you tried that?
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    Default Re: Subclass/Interface problem

    Scanner should not be in the constructor of an object. Your object is to hold information. You should get that information prior to creating the object then just pass the value into the object.
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