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Help with constructors

 
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Hello. I am trying to add two additional constructors, one that takes "the annual interest rate" and "loan amount", and another that takes just the "loan amount" only. I am just a little confused on this and looking for any suggestions. Thanks.

[ October 19, 2003: Message edited by: Troy Johnson ]
 
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Hi Troy,
Why confused? You've already got a default constructor that calls the 3-argument one with three default arguments. Now make two more constructors that take one and two arguments each, and have them pass their arguments, along with 2 and 1 default parameters, respectively, in the right order, of course, to the three argument one; then Bob's your uncle!
 
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