Christina Bremmerman wrote:I got frustrated and started over so right now I know that I don't have my multiplication in all the right places, but the big place I'm getting stuck is the initial up in the constructor. How do I use casting so that it won't take away the change?
Any help, hints, tips...I'm pretty desparate right now and it'd be greatly appreciated.
Winston Gutkowski wrote:Stop. Chill out. If you're old enough, have a beer; and get a good night's sleep. And take your 'F' tomorrow like a man (or as close as you can get to it as a girl).
NEXT TIME: Ask for help sooner.
Change the data type of the Account class instance variable balance to int. This instance
variable will store the current account balance as some number of 1/100th’s of a cent. For
example, if the current balance is $54.67, then the value of the instance variable balance should
be 546700. Note: you may not create a second instance variable that stores the current balance as
a ﬂoat or double. The only instance variable that can be used to keep track of the current balance
is the int balance
Henry Wong wrote:That's a pretty brutal response Winston...
Christina Bremmerman wrote:Well I had to come back and post this for Winston. It works, and it fits the lab assignment. So I think I avoided the F...