CheckingAccountBalance - Author D.S Malik Program Checking...

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//******************************************************* // Author: D.S. Malik // Program: Checking Account Balance // This program calculates a customer's checking account // balance at the end of the month. //******************************************************* / import*; import java.util.*; i public class CheckingAccountBalance { static final double MINIMUM_BALANCE = 1000.00; static final double SERVICE_CHARGE = 25.00; public static void main(String[] args) throws FileNotFoundException { //Declare and initialize variables //Step 1 int acctNumber; double beginningBalance; double accountBalance; double amountDeposited = 0.0; int numberOfDeposits = 0; double amountWithdrawn = 0.0; int numberOfWithdrawals = 0; double interestPaid = 0.0; char transactionCode; double transactionAmount; boolean isServiceCharged = false; Scanner inFile = new Scanner(new FileReader("money.txt")); PrintWriter outFile = new PrintWriter("money.out"); acctNumber = inFile.nextInt(); //Step 2 beginningBalance = inFile.nextDouble(); //Step 2 accountBalance = beginningBalance; //Step 3 while (inFile.hasNext()) //Step 4 { transactionCode =; //Step 4a transactionAmount = inFile.nextDouble(); //Step 4b switch (transactionCode) {
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  • Spring '10
  • D.S. Malik, TransactionAmount, accountBalance, final double MINIMUM_BALANCE, public class CheckingAccountBalance

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