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1. Add an instance method called transferTo to the Account class we discussed in Chapter 3.3 (Page 92) of the textbook a. The transferTo method should transfer a specified amount of money to another bank account if there is enough balance. In this case, a successful tranerring message is returned. Otherwise (i.e., no enough balance), the transferring request should be denied and return a warning message to the caller. b. Hence the method should accept two parameters: the destination bank account and the amount for transfer. c. The transferTo method should return a string back to the caller: “Transferred Successfully: $amount!” or “Transferred failure: no enough balance!”. 2. Write Mybank class in Mybank.java a. Create an array to hold four Account objects b. For each account, randomly set the balance in the range of $0-$1000.00; print out the balance of each account c. Transfer a random amount in the range of ($0-$100.00) from the 1st account to 2nd account; printout transferring results and their remaining balance. d. Transfer a random amount in the range of ($0-$300.00) from the 3rd account to 4th account; printout transferring results and their remaining balance. Program #2: Write a program called Print2DArray.java which will ask the user to enter the number of rows and the number of column for a 2-dimention array. Then the program generates an integer number in the range of [0, 10000] for each element of the array. 1. Print the header including your name and panther ID; print a blank line after the header; 2. Print the 2-dimention array and each column is center-aligned; 3. Print out a blank line followed by the maximum, average and minimum values of the 2-dimention array.

1. Add an instance method called transferTo to the Account class we discussed in Chapter 3.3 (Page 92) of the textbook

a. The transferTo method should transfer a specified amount of money to another bank account if there is enough balance. In this case, a successful tranerring message is returned. Otherwise (i.e., no enough balance), the transferring request should be denied and return a warning message to the caller.

b. Hence the method should accept two parameters: the destination bank account and the amount for transfer.

c. The transferTo method should return a string back to the caller: “Transferred Successfully: $amount!” or “Transferred failure: no enough balance!”.

2. Write Mybank class in Mybank.java

a. Create an array to hold four Account objects

b. For each account, randomly set the balance in the range of $0-$1000.00; print out the balance of each account

c. Transfer a random amount in the range of ($0-$100.00) from the 1st account to 2nd account; printout transferring results and their remaining balance.

d. Transfer a random amount in the range of ($0-$300.00) from the 3rd account to 4th account; printout transferring results and their remaining balance.

Program #2:

Write a program called Print2DArray.java which will ask the user to enter the number of rows and the number of column for a 2-dimention array. Then the program generates an integer number in the range of [0, 10000] for each element of the array.

1. Print the header including your name and panther ID; print a blank line after the header;

2. Print the 2-dimention array and each column is center-aligned;

3. Print out a blank line followed by the maximum, average and minimum values of the 2-dimention array.

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