Person - firstName = first lastName = last/Method to set...

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i public class Person { private String firstName; //store the first name private String lastName; //store the last name //Default constructor; //Initialize firstName and lastName to empty string. //Postcondition: firstName = ""; lastName = ""; public Person() { firstName = ""; lastName = ""; } //Constructor with parameters //Set firstName and lastName according to the parameters. //Postcondition: firstName = first; lastName = last; public Person(String first, String last) { setName(first, last); } //Method to output the first name and last name //in the form firstName lastName public String toString() { return (firstName + " " + lastName); } //Method to set firstName and lastName according to //the parameters //Postcondition: firstName = first; lastName = last public void setName(String first, String last)
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Unformatted text preview: { firstName = first; lastName = last; } //Method to set the last name //Postcondition: lastName = last // After setting the last name, a reference // of the object is returned. public Person setLastName(String last) { lastName = last; return this; } //Method to set the first name //Postcondition: firstName = first // After setting the first name, a reference // of the object is returned. public Person setFirstName(String first) { firstName = first; return this; } //Method to return firstName //Postcondition: the value of firstName is returned. public String getFirstName() { return firstName; } //Method to return lastName //Postcondition: the value of lastName is returned. public String getLastName() { return lastName; } }...
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