So in class over the past few days we have been doing constructors, which are kinda neat once you learn how do work with them. I have attached my 5th assignment to this entry to it may help someone out one day (including myself as a good reference)

I have to say my old "Learn Java now" book from Stephen R. Davis (Microsoft Press) that I got with my copy of J++ I bought years ago (1.0) has turned out to be quite helpful, more helpful than my "Learn Java in 21 days" book and the in class book "Big Java"

class Bank

{

public static void main(String[] args)

{

SavingsAccount mySavings = new SavingsAccount(100.0,"John Smith");

System.out.println ("The current account Balance is? "+ mySavings.Balance());

}

}

class SavingsAccount extends BankAccount

{

SavingsAccount(double initBalance, String initName)

{

super("savings", initName, initBalance);

}

}

public class BankAccount

{

protected String accountType;

protected String accountName;

protected double Balance;

BankAccount ()

{

}

BankAccount (String typeDef, String nameDef)

{

accountType=typeDef;

accountName=nameDef;

}

BankAccount (String typeDef, String nameDef, double initBalance)

{

this(typeDef, nameDef);

Balance=initBalance;

}

public void Deposit(double Amount)

{

if (Amount &gt 0.0)

Balance += Amount;

}

public void Withdrawl(double Amount)

{

if (Amount >= 0.0)

{

if (Amount &lt= Balance)

Balance -= Amount;

}

}



public double Balance()

{

int nCents = (int)(Balance * 100 + 0.5);

return nCents / 100.0;

}

}