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/* * File: * ---------------------------- * Simple test of the LibraryRecord class. */ import acm.program.*; i public class LibraryRecordTest extends ConsoleProgram { p public void run() { LibraryRecord book1 = new LibraryRecord("The Art and Science of C", "Eric Roberts", "QA76.73.C15", "Addison-Wesley", 1995); LibraryRecord book2 = new LibraryRecord("Euclid's Elements", "Robert of Chester", "QA31.B87", "none", 1250, false); println(book1); println(book2); } /** * The LibraryRecord class keeps track of the following pieces of data * about a library book: title, author, catalog number, publisher, year * of publication, and a flag indicating whether the book is circulating. */ public class LibraryRecord { /** * Creates a new LibraryRecord object with the specified information. * * @param title The title of the book * @param author The author's name * @param number The catalog number as a string * @param publisher The publisher's name * @param year The year of publication
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2011 for the course CS 1md3 taught by Professor Skip during the Spring '11 term at McMaster University.

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