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Create a class named FormLetterWriter that includes two overloaded

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Create a class named FormLetterWriter that includes two overloaded methods named displaySalutation(). The first method takes one String parameter that represents a customer's last name. The second method accepts two String parameters that name, a space, and the last name. After each salutation, display the rest of a short business letter: "Thank you for your recent order." Write a main() method that tests each overload method.
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Download java file from here:
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Here is the output:
Hello Smith, Thank you for your recent order.
Hello John Doe, Thank you for your recent order.

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Step 1:


Create a class named Account with data fields for an account number, payment amount and balance as well as the appropriate set and get methods. Include a constructor method that contains no arguments. Set the account number equal to 23456, payment amount to 250 and the balance to 3600. Write the appropriate comments and save the program. Compile and correct any errors.


 


Step 2:


Create a program named TestAccount to demonstrate that each method created in BankAccount works correctly. Make sure to create the output so that one blank line will print between the output created in Steps 4, 6, and 8. Write the appropriate comments and save the program. Compile and run the program.


 


Step 3:


Create an additional overloaded constructor for the Account class. This constructor should receive one argument for the account number and two assigned values for the payment amount and the balance. Make the three numbers different from the ones used in Step 1. Write the appropriate comments and save the program. Compile and correct any errors.


 


Step 4:


Add any needed statements to the TestAccount class to ensure that the overloaded constructor works correctly. Make sure to create the output so that one blank line will print between the output created in Steps 4, 6, and 8. Write the appropriate comments and save the program. Compile and run the program.


 


Step 5:


Create an additional overloaded constructor for the Account class. This constructor should receive two arguments, one for the account number and one for payment amount, and one assigned values for the balance. Make the three numbers different from the ones used in Step 3. Write the appropriate comments and save the program. Compile and correct any errors.


 


Step 6:


Add any needed statements to the TestAccount class to ensure that the overloaded constructor works correctly. Make sure to create the output so that one blank line will print between the output created in Steps 4, 6, and 8. Write the appropriate comments and save the program. Compile and run the program.


 




Step 7:


Create an additional overloaded constructor for the Account class. This constructor should receive three arguments for the account number, the payment amount, and the balance and no assigned values. Make the three numbers different from the ones used in Step 5. Write the appropriate comments and save the program. Compile and correct any errors.


 


Step 8:


Add any needed statements to the TestAccount class to ensure that the overloaded constructor works correctly. Make sure to create the output so that one blank line will print between the output created in Steps 4, 6, and 8. Write the appropriate comments and save the program. Compile and run the program.


 




An example of the output – not the blank line between sections of the output:


The account number is: 12345


The payment amount is: 150


The balance is: 3500


 


The account number is: 24569


The payment amount is: 250


The balance is: 4500


 


Additional notes:


Make sure that your comments include your name and the date created. Include comments to reflect each step above.


 


Be sure to compile and test the program before submission.


 


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