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    Default need help with creating a catalogue class for my java program

    I'm new to java and need help with creating a catalogue class for my java program
    this is what i have been asked to do:

    Create a Catalogue class that holds any number of products. Use an ArrayList, to hold
    the products. Write at least methods
    • addAProduct(…) providing a product as parameter
    • getAllProducts() returning an ArrayList (or List)
    • findProduct(…)taking a product code as parameter and returning a product

    i have no clue where to start off and there's so much more that i have to do, if someone could give me an insight to what needs to written then that would be really great!
    Thanks.
    ps. please reply asap i need to complete this soon.


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    Default Re: need help with creating a catalogue class for my java program

    Please don't post duplicate posts. Sorting them out and keeping them straight is a waste of everyone's time.

    Welcome to the forum, and please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for newcomers.

    What don't you understand about creating a class with instance variables and methods? What's keeping you from writing?

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    Default Re: need help with creating a catalogue class for my java program

    @GregBrannon
    Sorry about that this is my first time im using a forum. thanks for that! it was helpful, Although im still unsure of what to highlight in my first message?
    i'm not sure how to start it off, like what i need to write to create the class

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    Default Re: need help with creating a catalogue class for my java program

    Do you have a textbook? Have you been to a class, taken notes? Writing a class and putting methods in it should have been covered pretty thoroughly. If you need a refresher, check your book, your notes, and the discussion here and here (follow this trail for as long as needed).

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