HW2 - -HW#1 SPECS-HW#2 SPECSCS108 SPRING 2009-HW#2...

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Unformatted text preview: ----------------------------------------------------------------------HW#1 SPECS----------------------------------------------------------------------HW#2 SPECSCS108, SPRING 2009----------------------------------------------------------------------HW#2 SPECSWrite code to create a "Circle" class.The Circle class should meet the following specs:* Circles should have the following 3 properties ("instance variables"):An x coordinate and a y coordinate, which store the coordinatesof the circle's center.A property named R, which stores the radius of the circle.Note: for the 3 properties, choose reasonable data types.* Your Circle class should have a default constructor,and a 3-parameter customized constructor.Note: your default constructor can create a "unit circle", if you want.* Circles should have a "whatsMyArea()" behavior ("instance method"):When a program gives this command to a particular circle object,that circle should compute and "return" its area to the calling routine....
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This note was uploaded on 08/17/2011 for the course CS 108 taught by Professor Ivanbajic during the Spring '09 term at San Diego.

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