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Java - Charge Account Validation

julesxdujour
julesxdujour 


Create a class with a method that accepts a charge account number as its argument. The method should determine whether the number is valid by comparing it to the following list of valid charge account numbers: 5658845, 4520125, 7895122, 8777541, 8451277, 1302850, 8080152, 4562555, 5552012, 5050552, 7825877, 1250255, 1005231, 654231, 3852085, 7576651, 7881200. 4581002 These numbers should be stored in an array or an ArrayList object. Use a sequential search to locate the number passed as an argument. If the number is in the array, the method should return true, indicating the number is valid. If the number is not in the array, the method should return false indicating the number is invalid. Write a program that tests the class by asking the user to enter a charge account number. The program should display a message indicating whether the number is valid or invalid. Attachments
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Charge Account Validation - Java Project

dickersonka
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The charge account validation java eclipse project is attached with source code and comments Attachments
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array int[] validNumbers = new int[]{ 5658845, 4520125, 7895122, 8777541, 8451277, 1302850, 8080152, 4562555, 5552012, 5050552, 7825877, 1250255, 1005231, 654231, 3852085, 7576651, 7881200, 4581002 }; //Sequential search

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Scanner scanner = new Scanner(System.in); //Prompt user for number System.out.print("Enter a charge account number: "); //Get the charge number int chargeNumber = scanner.nextInt(); //Create charge account class instance

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