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// ******************************************************************* // Coin.java Author: Lewis and Loftus // // Represents a coin with two sides that can be flipped and given // a bias. // ******************************************************************* public class Coin { public final int HEADS = 0; public final int TAILS = 1; private int face; private double bias; // --------------------------------------------- // Sets up the coin by making it fair and flipping it initially. // --------------------------------------------- public Coin () { bias = 0.5; flip(); } // --------------------------------------------- // Sets up the coin by setting bias and flipping it initially. // --------------------------------------------- public Coin (double bias) { //Set given bias if it's in range, else make coin fair if (bias >=0 && bias <= 1) this.bias = bias; else this.bias = 0.5; flip(); } // ----------------------------------------------- // Flips the coin by randomly choosing a face.
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Unformatted text preview: // -----------------------------------------------public void flip() { double faceValue = Math.random(); if (faceValue < bias) face = HEADS; else face = TAILS; } // -----------------------------------------------------// Returns true if the current face of the coin is heads. // -----------------------------------------------------public boolean isHeads() { return (face == HEADS); } // -----------------------------------------------------// Returns the probability of heads for this coin // -----------------------------------------------------public double bias() { return bias; } // ----------------------------------------------------// Returns the current face of the coin as a string. // ----------------------------------------------------public String toString() { String faceName; if (face == HEADS) faceName = "Heads"; else faceName = "Tails"; return faceName; } }...
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