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Hello friends,happy new year all..
I'm trying writing classes Item to include int Quantity,String name and a new&different&immutable serial number will be produced automaticly for every item...(then being able inherating the Item for sub classes for types of food)
Also i'm trying build a proper class Stock enabling to manage the Items...having array of maximal size 100(not linked list!)...enabling some basic actions as:

public void addItem (Item newItem)
public void removeItem (Item item) 
public String toString ()
public void order (int x)-if quantity of the item less then x,it must be ordered...

I wrote the Item class:(I attached here the classes as well as ZIP)

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.io.*;
import java.text.NumberFormat;
import java.util.Scanner;

public class Item {
private  String  _name;
private  int _quantity;
private int serial;

    public   Item(int quantity, String  name) {  
        if (quantity>0){
        _name = name;
        _quantity = quantity;} 
        else  
                System.out.println("Quantity must be more than 0");}
                     public Item (int quantity) {
if (quantity>0) {
Scanner getInput = new Scanner(System.in);
_quantity=quantity; 
System.out.println("type a name of Item please");
_name = getInput.nextLine();    
} else 
  System.out.println("Quantity must be more than 0");}

    public String getName() {
        return _name;}
         public int getQuantity() {
             return _quantity;}

    public String toString () {
    NumberFormat fmt = NumberFormat.getCurrencyInstance();
    return  (_name + "\t" +_quantity + "\t");}

    public void printItem() {
        System.out.println("Item: "+_name);
        System.out.println("quantity: "+_quantity);

    }
}

and wrote Stock Class as:
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.io.*;
import java.text.NumberFormat;
import java.util.Scanner;

import java.util.Scanner;
public class Stock {

 final int MAX_SIZE=100;
private Item[]  itemList=new Item[MAX_SIZE];
String itemName;
int itemQuantity    ;
int i=0;
    public Stock() {
        while (i<MAX_SIZE){
        System.out.println("add a new item name and quantity or type empty or 0 value to quit");
     Scanner getInput = new Scanner(System.in);
     itemName= getInput.nextLine();
    itemQuantity= getInput.nextInt();


     if ((itemName.length()==0) || (itemQuantity==0)||(i+itemQuantity>MAX_SIZE)){
           System.out.println("Illegal Input!-input must be a valid string and more than 0 quantity and not exceed the maximal limitation");    
           break;}


    }}


    // Add item to stock
    public void addItem (Item newItem)    {
        i++;
          while  ((newItem.getName()==null)|| (i>MAX_SIZE)) {
          System.out.print("Illegal Input!");
              break;}  
                 itemList[i]=Item(newItem.getQuantity(),newItem.getName());

           }

 public void removeItem (Item item) {

         for (int k;k<MAX_SIZE;k++)     {
             if (item==itemList[k])
             itemList[i]=Item(0,"");} 

    }

    public String toString () {
        for (int k;k<MAX_SIZE;k++) {       
            system.out.println(itemList[k].getName+"/n"+"/n");
    }

}}

1) So far i compiled the item class ok...but in Item i experience problems with the constructor during running time:public Item(int quantity, String name)...the String working badly...
2)the Stock class i cant bring to proper compilation especialy when getting the lines calling the constructor of Item...and generally i need your help there because i'm totaly lost...how to write it to be able co-working with Item?(i know its still writeen messy,sorry)

Thank you very much...

Edited by mike_2000_17: Fixed formatting

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