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Data Structures in Java

Hey guys!

I am wanting to write a piece of software which acts as a ATM machine. I am wanting to store their information in a data structure such as a Visual Basic "Record" type-structure.

Do any of you guys know the best way to do this?

Thank you for all the help!


1 Answer

Yongshuo Wang
Yongshuo Wang
5,500 Points


In java, everywhere is class, so u can represent the ATM as a class with fields and methods. Fields will be the data information. Methods will be the what you can do to the data. I hope this can help you.

I don't know why but I never even thought about this! Thank you for the answer Yongshuo!