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Account Abstract Class Assignment

This is the first part of a 2 part project.

Person Class

Constructor

  • public Person( String _name, int _age)

instance Variables

  • private String name
  • private int age

 Methods

  • public String  getName()
  • public int compareTo(Person other) { return this.age - other.age; }

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Account – Abstract Super Class

Static Variable(s)

  • private static int nextAccountNum
  • private static int parentCompanyCode = 12810  ;

Constructor

  • public Account( double_balance, Person _owner)

instance Variables

  • private int  accountNumber
  • protected  double  balance
  • protected  ArrayList<Person> owners

 Methods

  • public static int getParentCode()
  • public int getAccountNumber()
  • public void deposit(double amount)
  • public double getCurrentBalance()
  • public abstract  boolean withdraw(double amount)
  • public boolean equals(Account other) // are the unique account numbers equals ?
  • public String toString()
  • public int comparesTo(Account other) { return this.accountNumber- other.accountNumber }  (Note that this method has an ‘s‘ )
  • public void addOwner(Person p) //adds P to the ArrayList of owners
  • public ArrayList<Person> getOwners()  //  returns the ArrayList of owners
  • public Person remove( Person p) // this emulates the ArrayList’s remove() method (link) . Remember that that method removes the object and then returns the removed object. In this case, you should remove Person P from the ArrayList of owners

  • CheckingAccount extends Account
  • This class has to do certain things. You can decide the best way to do it. This class should have a way to
    • attempt to withdraw money by writing a check
    • public void writeCheck(double amount)
    • public void cancelCheck(int checkNumber)
      • be able to cancel checks and keep track of the check numbers that have been cancelled
      • when a check is cancelled the amount associated with that check is returned back to the balance
  • One solution
    • every time you write a check, you need a new check “#” (static variable like an id)
    • writeCheck( double amount) - > tries to call this.withdraw(double amount)  as long as the balance is enough and records a new check number by adding it to an ArrayList<Integer>  that stores the check numbers of cancelled checks. It would also need a parallel ArrayList<Double>  to store balances (in case the check is cancelled and the amount is refunded to the balance)

SavingsAccount extends Account

  • instance variables
    • private double interestRate
    • private ArrayList<Double> dailyBalances

    static variables

    • public static final int MINIMUM_BALANCE=100;  // this is the absolute minimum amount of money that must always be in the account
  • methods
    • public boolean withdraw(double amount)  //@override the withdraw() method to ensure that currentBalance the never gets below MINIMUM_BALANCE
    • public void recordDailyBalance()  // @ record current day’s balance by storing current balance.
    • public double projectBalance(double timeInYears)  // use the compound interest formula .  Assume that the bank compounds the balance monthly. To learn more about how compound interest really works, click here .
    • public  void updateInterestPayment() // @ once a month update account based on average daily balances and interest rate

CertificateOfDeposit extends SavingsAccount

instance Variables

  • public static final  double EARLY_WITHDRAW_PENALTY= 200 .

 Methods

  • public boolean withdraw(double amount , boolean isEarly )  //@override the withdraw()  and applies penalty to balance

When you are done, you can begin the Bank project .