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Java Programming: 2 ATM machines for 2 customers and 2 ATM machines for 3 customers. See attached

Write Java Program for ATM machines Two Banks (Bank A & B) Hard Code, 2 customers for Bank A with $50 in the account (each customer have their own cash cards) Hard Code, 3 customers for Bank B with $50 in the account (each customer have their own cash cards) Cash Cards come with expiration date and withdraw transaction only. Design 2 ATM machines (ATM_A1 & ATM_A2) for Bank A Design 2 ATM machines (ATM_B1 & ATM_B2) for Bank B Each ATM machine take their own bank’s cash card’s account number, password, and expiration date. Requirements are: Bank A only work with ATM_A1 & ATM_A2 Bank B only work with ATM_B1 & ATM_B2 When accounts are verified, customers can withdraw money on their cash card’s balance. NOTE: error messages should show if the requirements are not met. For example , Bank A cash card try to withdraw money from Bank B ATM machines vice versa. Customers withdraw more than account balance. (see sample output below). At least 4 or 5 different classes (for example, ATMSystem.java, ATM.java, Bank.java, CashCard.java, Customer.java, BankDatabase.java, or …) that has is-a (inheritance classes) or has-a relationship. Javadoc each class such that /**@param*/ /**@return */ If possible, include use cases or UML Sample Output State of 2 Banks //Hard code started Set accounts $50 preloaded. BankA (2 customers) Customer with Cash Card (bankid: A, account number 11, expires on 12/12/16, password aaa Customer with Cash Card (bankid: A, account number 12, expires on 05/01/17, password bbb BankB (three customers) Customer with Cash Card (bankid: B, account number 111), expires on 11/11/11, password ccc Customer with Cash Card (bankid: B, account number 112), expires on 12/12/12, password ddd Customer with Cash Card (bankid: B, account number 113), expires on 12/12/17, password eee State of 4 ATMs (2 for each Bank) ATM1_A: (ATM1 from BankA) The maximum amount of cash a card can widthraw per day: $60 ATM2_A: (ATM1 from BankA) The maximum amount of cash a card can widthraw per day: $60 ATM1_B: (ATM1 from BankB) The maximum amount of cash a card can widthraw per day: $60 ATM2_B: (ATM1 from BankB)
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The maximum amount of cash a card can widthraw per day: $60 //Hard code ended //User input started % Enter your choice of ATM ATM1_A % Enter your card 11 “This card is expired please enter different card” /*if enter 12, then OK because not expired & correct card */ % Enter your card 112 “This card is not supported by this ATM Enter your card again” % 12 “The card is accepted” % Please enter your password aaa “This is a wrong password. Enter correct password” % Please enter your password bbb “Authorization is accepted” % Please enter withdraw amount. 100 “This amount exceeds the max can withdraw per transaction. Please enter the amount or quit” % Please enter withdraw amount. 25 “$25 is withdrawn from your account. The remaining balance of this account is $25. If you have more withdraw transactions, enter the amount or quit” % Please enter withdraw amount. 55 “This amount exceeds the current balance. Enter another amount or quit. % 15 “$25 is withdrawn from your account. The remaining balance of this account is $0. If you have more transactions, enter the amount or quit. quit //users input ended
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