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Programming Logic and Design, 8e
4.Complete the following tasks:a. Create a class named Mealthat includes a string variable for the meal’s description, an array of strings that holds up to five of the Meal’s components (for example, “roasted chicken”, “mashed potatoes”, and “green beans”), and a numeric variable that holds the calorie count. Include a method that prompts the user for a value for each field. Also create two overloaded methods named display(). The first method takes no parameters and displays the Mealdetails. The second takes a numeric parameter that indicates how many of the Meal’s components to display, or an error message if the parameter value is less than 0 or more than 5.
Programming Logic and Design, 8e
b. Create an application that declares two Mealobjects and demonstrates how both method versions can be called.
Programming Logic and Design, 8eSolutions 11-13stop5.Complete the following tasks:a. Create a class named Tripthat includes four string variables: destination (for

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