Java代写 | COMP 250 Assignment 2

本次作业案例分享是来自加拿大的一个COMP 250 assignment 2,主要内容是一个数据结构的java代写

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Instead, we will use private tests.
[Updated: We will use hidden tests as we did on Assignment 1. So you will know how many tests you have passed. There are 40 points for hidden tests.]

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1 Introduction

In this assignment, you will get some basic experience working with inheritance and polymorphism. We model parts of a small economy, namely the food service industry. We model places where customers can buy food: restaurants, food stands, and fast food. We model the payment of bills, including sales tax and tip. We do not model many other things such as the food or menu. We also model a tax collector who collects both sales tax and income tax. We only model one year: the workers each have some income and pay tax for that year.

This document is organized as follows. In this section we present the various classes of the model. We chose the ordering of classes in the way that we think it easiest to understand. Later in the document (Sec.) we recommend a different ordering for you to implement and test the classes. Note that many of the methods have been implemented for you, in particular, all the getters and setters.

We present a UML diagram for each class, and indicate if one class extends another. For all the classes in this assignment, all fields are private and all methods are public. In the class descriptions below, we do not bother to mention fields or methods whose meaning is obvious, such as getter or setter methods.
We start with a few classes that model the food places. Here are a UML diagram for FoodPlace classes and subclasses.