Define a constructor as indicated. Sample output for below program:

JAVA … Define a constructor as indicated. Sample output for below program:

Year: 0, VIN: -1
Year: 2009, VIN: 444555666 ….CODE BELOW
// ===== Code from file CarRecord.java =====
public class CarRecord {
private int yearMade;
private int vehicleIdNum;

public void setYearMade(int originalYear) {
yearMade = originalYear;
}

public void setVehicleIdNum(int vehIdNum) {
vehicleIdNum = vehIdNum;
}

public void print() {
System.out.println(“Year: ” + yearMade + “, VIN: ” + vehicleIdNum);
}

// FIXME: Write constructor, initialize year to 0, vehicle ID num to -1.
//solution goes here//
}
// ===== end =====

// ===== Code from file CallCarRecord.java =====
public class CallCarRecord {
public static void main (String [] args) {
CarRecord familyCar = new CarRecord();

familyCar.print();
familyCar.setYearMade(2009);
familyCar.setVehicleIdNum(444555666);
familyCar.print();

}
}
// ===== end =====

Answer

Given below is the modified code for the question.
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// ===== Code from file CarRecord.java =====
public class CarRecord {
private int yearMade;
private int vehicleIdNum;

public void setYearMade(int originalYear) {
yearMade = originalYear;
}

public void setVehicleIdNum(int vehIdNum) {
vehicleIdNum = vehIdNum;
}

public void print() {
System.out.println(“Year: ” + yearMade + “, VIN: ” + vehicleIdNum);
}

// FIXME: Write constructor, initialize year to 0, vehicle ID num to -1.
//solution goes here//
public CarRecord() {
yearMade = 0;
vehicleIdNum = -1;
}
}

output
====
Year: 0, VIN: -1
Year: 2009, VIN: 444555666

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