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The following are the directions for what I need done:

Comments are REQUIRED; flow charts and Pseudocode are NOT REQUIRED.

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The files must be called <LastNameFirstNameProg7.java>. (driver)
[url removed, login to view] (handles the fractional numbers)

Example: [url removed, login to view]
[url removed, login to view]

Ensure you include ALL files required to make your program compile and run.
I would like to see your .java files only.

Proper coding conventions required the first letter of the class start with a capital letter and the first letter of each additional word start with a capital letter.
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Basic Requirements

Write a driver and fraction class that performs addition, multiplication, prints the fraction, and prints as a double.


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Provide a driver class, LastNameFirstNameProg7, that demonstrates this Fraction class. The driver class should contain this main method:

public static void main(String[] args)
{
Scanner stdIn = new Scanner([url removed, login to view]);
Fraction c, d, x; // Fraction objects



[url removed, login to view]("Enter numerator; then denominator.");
c = new Fraction([url removed, login to view](), [url removed, login to view]());
[url removed, login to view]();

[url removed, login to view]("Enter numerator; then denominator.");
d = new Fraction([url removed, login to view](), [url removed, login to view]());
[url removed, login to view]();

x = new Fraction(); // create a fraction for number 0

[url removed, login to view]("Sum:");
[url removed, login to view](c).add(d);
[url removed, login to view]();
[url removed, login to view]();

x = new Fraction(1, 1); // create a fraction for number 1

[url removed, login to view]("Product:");
[url removed, login to view](c).multiply(d);
[url removed, login to view]();
[url removed, login to view]();

[url removed, login to view]("Enter numerator; then denominator.");

x = new Fraction([url removed, login to view](), [url removed, login to view]());
[url removed, login to view]();
} // end main


Note that this demonstration driver does not call the accessor methods. That’s OK. Accessor methods are often implemented regardless of whether there’s an immediate need for them. That’s because they are very useful methods in general and providing them means that future code can use them when the need arises.
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Write a Fraction class called [url removed, login to view] that implements these methods:

add ─ This method receives a Fraction parameter and adds the parameter fraction to the calling object fraction.

multiply ─ This method receives a Fraction parameter and multiplies the parameter fraction by the calling object fraction.

print ─ This method prints the fraction using fraction notation (1/4, 21/14, etc.)

printAsDouble ─ This method prints the fraction as a double ([url removed, login to view], 1.5, etc.)

Separate accessor methods for each instance variable in the Fraction class.

Here is a sample output:

Enter numerator; then denominator.
5
8
5/8

Enter numerator; then denominator.
4
10
4/10
Sum:
82/80
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Product:
20/80
[url removed, login to view]

Enter numerator; then denominator.
6
0
infinity

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