Your final project for this course is the creation ofa Virtual World Java application that results in a virtual world, complete with an object that will act as a human clone. (See the Final Project Document for more information.) You created the initial version of your MyClone class in Milestone One and Java code that created an Array of String messages in Milestone Two. In this milestone, due in Module Seven, you will finish your MyClone class and create another class of your choice.
The following critical elements will be addressed in this submission:
MyClone accessors and mutators: You will demonstrate your understanding of encapsulation by creating accessor and mutator methods for all instance variables of the MyClone class.
MyClone constructor: You should have at least one constructor created that initializes all instance variables.
MyClone method introduction(): Create an introduction() method for your MyClone class. The introduction() method will introduce you to the virtual world by displaying a greeting, your first and last name, and anything else you would want to say.
Partial class diagram for the MyClone object:
Create an additional class: Create a class of your choice. Your programmer-defined class will have at a minimum two (2) instance variables and one (1) method. You will demonstrate your understanding of encapsulation by declaring the instance variables as private and by creating accessors and mutators for each instance variable.
Constructor: You will implement at least one constructor that initializes all instance variables. Document your code.
Requirements of Submission: Written components of projects must follow these formatting guidelines when applicable: double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and discipline-appropriate citations.