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Hey here is the task.

1. Design a class, called People, that includes a person’s name and a weight with a constructor, 2 getter methods, and a toString() method.
2. Design a second class, called PeopleList (like the IntegerList lab or CDCollection class) that has an array of People, and methods to construct a list of a given size, add to a list, print a list (toString() method).
3. Add a class Driver to manage the PeopleList calling each method to add a item, print the array, sort the PeopleList (two different methods), howMayGotOnArray, etc.


the People class and the PeopleList are compiling. I can add people to the list and stuff its kind of the last bit where I have to find out how many can get on and such.

here is my code for all three files

people file

import java.text.NumberFormat;
public class People
{
	private String name;

	private int weight;

    public People(String Personname, int Personweight)
    {
    	name = Personname;
    	weight = Personweight;


    }

    public String getName()
    {
    	return name;
    }
    public int getWeight()
    {
    	return weight;
    }

    public String toString()
    {
      	String description;

    	description = name +"\t"+ weight;

    	return description;
    }



}

peopleList file

public class PeopleList
{


	private People[] peopleList;
	private int weights;
	private String names;
    private int count;

    public PeopleList()
    {
    	peopleList = new People[100];

    	names = "no one";
    	weights = 0;
    	count = 0;
    }
    public void addPeople(String name, int weight)
    {

    	peopleList[count] = new People(name, weight);
    	count++;
    }
    public String toString()
    {
    	String listing;

    	listing ="--------------------------------------";
    	listing +="\nThe number of people = " +count;
    	listing += "\n\nPeople List: \n\n";

    	for(int gopeople = 0; gopeople < count; gopeople++)
    	{
    		listing += peopleList[gopeople] +"\n";
    	}

    	return listing;
    }


}

and my Driver File

public class Driver
{


    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
       PeopleList elevator = new PeopleList();

       elevator.addPeople("Ann", 30);
       elevator.addPeople("Bob", 150);
       elevator.addPeople("Ralph", 305);


       System.out.println(elevator);

       elevator.addPeople("Tim", 225);
       elevator.addPeople("Barbra", 135);

       System.out.println(elevator);
    }
}

any help is fully appreciated

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Last Post by stultuske
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add the weight of each person to weights, and verify if the capacity of the elevator can take the extra weight before going over it's maximum.

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