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- Create two classes, A and B, with default constructors (empty argument lists) that announce themselves. Inherit a new class called C from A, and create a member B inside C. Do not create a constructor for C. Create an object of class C and observe the results.
- Modify Exercise 1 so that A and B have constructors with arguments instead of default constructors. Write a constructor for C and perform all initialization within C’s constructor.
- Take the file Cartoon.java and comment out the constructor for the Cartoon class. Explain what happens.
- Take the file Chess.java and comment out the constructor for the Chess class. Explain what happens.