coding help in java program

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Hello,

I have the methods for the program but I still need the codes..

Please write the codes in the right place and DONT FORGET THE COMMENTS !

Also, Please take a clear screenshot of the output and send it along with the .java files

Please see attached to find the method and the rest of the questions and Don't forget that I need the file in a .java file!

LAB #5: INHERITANCE 1. Write the missing code in the following class definitions. Write a simple client for testing. //Inheritance: Exercise #1 Class_1 public class Class_1 { private int x; private int y; public Class_1() { x = 0; y = 0; } public Class_1(int x1, int y1) { x = x1; y = y1; } public void print() { System.out.print(x + " " + y + " "); } public String toString() { return x + " " + y + " "; } public void set(int x1, int y1) { x = x1; y = y1; } } //Inheritance: Exercise #1 Class_2 public class Class_2 extends Class_1 { private int z; //x = 0, y = 0, z = 0 public Class_2() { ... } //x = x1, y = y1, z = z1 public Class_2(int x1, int y1, int z1) { ... } //output x, y, z public void print() { ... } public String toString() { ... } //x = x1, y = y1, z = z1 public void set(int x1, int y1, int z1) { ... } } 2. Create a Person class. The class should contain 2 fields (both Strings called firstName and lastName) and the following methods: Default and alternate constructors. Two getters (accessors) to return the first and the last name A method named setName to set the fields to the parameters passed 2 methods to print: 1. A method named printLastFirst (in this order, use “,” as a separator) 2. A method called print (should print in order first name and last name) A method named toString() A method named equals (pass an object of the Object class) 2 methods named copy and getCopy to make a copy of a Person object into another Person object The class Person should serve as the superclass (base class) for a class called Employee. This subclass (derived class) should contain 3 fields (payRate, hoursWorked,and department). Continue the implementation for class Employee from here and complete the missing code: //Class Employee: subclass of Person public class Employee extends Person { private double payRate; private double hoursWorked; private String department; public final int HOURS = 40; public final double OVERTIME = 1.5; //default constructor public Employee() { ... } //add an alternate constructor with parameters public String toString() { //should return a String like this: //The wages for xxxx from the xxxx department are: $xxxxx.xx" ... } public void print() { //Should print output like this (same line): //The employee xxxx from the xxxx department worked xx hours //with a pay rate of $xxx.xx. The wages for this employee are $xxxxx.xx ... } public double calculatePay() { //Method to calculate and return the wages //handle both regular and overtime pay ... } public void setAll(String first, String last, double rate, double hours, String dep){ ... } public double getPayRate() { ... } public double getHoursWorked() { ... } public String getDepartment() { ... } public boolean equals(Object o) { ... } public Employee getCopy() { ... } public void copy(Employee e) { ... } } Write a simple client for testing. Continue the implementation for class ClientEmployee from here: //Client program for Person/Employee import java.util.Scanner; public class ClientEmployee { public static void main(String[] arg) { Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in); String last, first, dept; double pay_rate; int hours; Employee prof = new Employee("John", "Doe", 25.50, 50, "COSC"); //subclass alternate constructor invoked Employee newEmp = new Employee(); //subclass default constructor invoked ... ... } } SAMPLE OUTPUT: Enter employee last name: Bond Enter employee first name: James Enter department: THEATRE Enter employee pay rate: 35 Enter employee hours worked: 47 --- Record for both employees with overridden .toString from subclass --The wages for Doe, John from the COSC department are: $1402.50 The wages for Bond, James from the THEATRE department are: $1767.50 --- Output with calls to overridden method print from subclass --The employee John Doe from the COSC department worked 50.0 hours with a pay rate of $25.50. The wages for John Doe are $1402.50 The employee James Bond from the THEATRE department worked 47.0 hours with a pay rate of $35.00. The wages for James Bond are $1767.50 --- Output with calls to getters from the superclass --The wages for James Bond from the THEATRE department are $1767.50 --- Call to overridden equals/subclass for 2 Employee objects--Couldn't find an employee with same record.

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