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Java Java Objects (Retired) Delivering the MVP Defaulting Parameters

Check out more instructions in Example.java. Once you implement their request, check your work, and you will pass the

Still facing lots of challanges. May anyone please assist.Stuck for daez

public class Example {

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    ShoppingCart cart = new ShoppingCart();
    Product pez = new Product("Cherry PEZ refill (12 pieces)");
    cart.addItem(pez, 5);

    /* Since a quantity of 1 is such a common argument when adding a product to the cart,
     * your fellow developers have asked you to make the following code work, as well as keeping
     * the ability to add a product and a quantity.
    Product dispenser = new Product("Yoda PEZ dispenser");
    // Uncomment this line after using method signatures to solve their request in ShoppingCart.java

public class ShoppingCart {

public void addItem(Product item, int quantity) {
    System.out.printf("Adding %d of %s to the cart.%n", quantity, item.getName());
    /* Other code omitted for clarity */

public void addItem(Product item) {   // <<---- this is the new method
    addItem(item, 1);

2 Answers

I've amended your code so that it should work.


thanks but am actually trying to use the amended one and am still not getting it right.May you plese just send me the corret one without you amending it on my wrong code.Am getting kinda mixed up.