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Android™ How to Program, Second Edition by Abbey Deitel, Harvey Deitel, Paul Deitel

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G.12.3. Class Invoice

We now create class Invoice (Fig. G.24) to represent a simple invoice that contains billing information for only one kind of part. The class declares private instance variables partNumber, partDescription, quantity and pricePerItem (in lines 6–9) that indicate the part number, a description of the part, the quantity of the part ordered and the price per item. Class Invoice also contains a constructor (lines 12–19), get and set methods (lines 22–74) that manipulate the class’s instance variables and a toString method (lines 77–83) that returns a String representation of an Invoice object. Methods setQuantity (lines 46–52) and setPricePerItem (lines 61–68) ensure that quantity and pricePerItem obtain only nonnegative values. ...

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