Join Peggy Fisher for an in-depth discussion in this video Solution: Pizza ordering app, part of Java Essential Training for Students.
- I hope you liked that last challenge.…What I'd like to do is take a look…at my solution, but again, remember that…your solution might be very different.…I'm going to try and point out…some of the key aspects that I chose…for this program.…Let's start with the pizza class.…Remember, this is a super class…because there's two types of pizza,…regular and Sicilian, that will…extend the pizza class.…So at the top, I have…public abstract class Pizza implements Comparable.…We knew we wanted to be able to compare two pizzas…based on their size.…
Next, I have some constant variables…that show how big a pizza is.…The small diameter is 12 inch,…medium is 14, large is 16, and extra large is 18.…I have a price array that includes…the cost for each of those pizzas, respectively.…Let's scroll down a little bit,…and you'll see I have some constructors…for the pizza class.…What I want to show you,…is on line 40, I have…public abstract void getToppings.…Can you think of a reason why…I would want to make that…an abstract method?…If you remember, one of the differences…
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