## CS 1401, Quiz 9, Solutions

Date: Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Name (please type legibly, ideally in block letters): ______________________________________________________________________
Class section (9:00 am or 10:30 am): _______________________________

1. Mark what new material is covered and what is not covered in Chapter 9:

• user-defined classes not covered
• private not covered
• arrays covered
• constructor methods not covered
• largest element covered

2-4. In some European countries such as Czech Republic, March 28 is celebrated as a Teachers' Day.

2. Define a class Teacher whose elements are teachers; each creature is characterized by its first name, last name, and the number of students this teacher teaches. Your class should contain a constructor method, accessor methods, mutator methods, and a method for computing the number of credit hours generated by this teacher (let us assume that it is number of students multiplied by 3.0).

```
Solution:

public class Teacher{
private String firstName;
private String lastName;
private int numberOfStudents;

public Teacher(String fn, String ln, int nos){
firstName = fn, lastName = ln; numberOfStudents = nos;}

public String getFirstName(){return firstName;}

public String getLastName(){return lastName;}

public int getNumberOfStudents(){return numberOfStudents;}

public void setFirstName(String newfn){firstName = newfn;}

public void setLastName(String newln){lastName = newln;}

public void setNumberOfStudents(String newnos)
{numberOfStudents = newnos;}

public double creditHours(){return 3.0 * numberOfStudents;}

}
```
3. Let us plan for the future. Use your class in the main method to define a new teacher that represents the future you -- this teacher has your name and originally teaches 75 students. Compute and print the number of credit hours that you generated. Then, suppose that you were so good that 15 more students signed for your class. Show how to increase the number of students by 15, and compute and print the new number of credit hours.

```Solution (on the example of Julio Urenda):

Teacher julio = new Teacher("Julio", "Urenda", 75);
int credits = julio.creditHours();
System.out.println(credits);
int students = julio.getNumberOfStudents();
students += 15;
julio.setNumberOfStudents(students);
credits = julio.creditHours();
System.out.println(credits);
```

```Solution (in brief):

on the first line, we call a constructor method:

--------------
|  ----------  |
| |  Julio   | |
|  ----------  |
|    fn        |
|  ----------  |
| |  Urenda  | |
|  ----------  |
|    ln        |
|  ----------  |
| |   75     | |
|  ----------  |
|     nos      |
--------------
|              |
|              |
|              |
|              |
|              |
|              |
|              |
|              |
--------------
Teacher

after the first line, we get a new object

------------------
|    ----------    |
|   |  Julio   |   |
|    ----------    |
|     firstName    |
|    ----------    |
|   |  Urenda  |   |
|    ----------    |
|     lastName     |
|    ----------    |
|   |   75     |   |
|    ----------    |
| numberOfStudents |
------------------
julio

after the second line, we get

----------
|   225    |
----------
credits

at the third line, we print 225 to the screen

after the fourth line, we get

----------
|   75     |
----------
students

after the fifth line, this value changes:

----------
|   90     |
----------
students

after the sixth line, the object changes to:

------------------
|    ----------    |
|   |  Julio   |   |
|    ----------    |
|     firstName    |
|    ----------    |
|   |  Urenda  |   |
|    ----------    |
|     lastName     |
|    ----------    |
|   |   90     |   |
|    ----------    |
| numberOfStudents |
------------------
julio

after the 7th line, we change the value of the variable credits:

----------
|   270    |
----------
credits

on the 8th line, we print 270 to the screen
```