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Assignment 3: Input validation, throwing exceptions, overriding toString
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Assignment 3 Instructions:
Edit Assignment 2 to use a set method that validates that the hourly employee’s rate of pay is not less than $15.00/hour and not greater than $30.00. If it is, throw an illegal argument exception that is caught and an appropriate message is printed stating the error. Override the object’s toString method in the Hourly class so that the main method prints the object’s information (name and weekly pay) by its name only (i.e. System.out.println(objectname);). Be sure to make the output look nice.

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package hourlytest;

public class Hourly {
   
    public enum status {
       fulltime, parttime;
    }

    private String fName; //Private String fName variable
    private String lName; //Private String lName variable
    private double hourly; //Private int hourly variable
    private double hours; //Private double hours worked variable
    private double weekly; //Private double weekly variable
    private status employment;
    private Date birthDate;
    private Date hireDate;

    public Hourly() {
    }
   
    public Hourly(String fName, String lName, double hourly, double hours, Date birthDate, Date hireDate) {

       this.fName = fName; //shadowed variable fName
       this.lName = lName; //Shadowed variable lName

       if (hourly >= 15 && hourly <= 30) {
            this.hourly = hourly;
       } else {

            System.out.println("You have entered an invalid number for hourly you need to input a number that is between 15 and 30 ");
       }
       if (hours >= 0 && hours <= 80) {
            this.hours = hours;
       } else {

            System.out.println("You have entered an invalid number for hours you need to input a number that is between 0 and 80 ");
       }
      
       this.birthDate = birthDate;
       this.hireDate = hireDate...

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