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Using Netbeans, write the two following exercises:

1 - Make a public class called ReadAccount. This class will read a file ("accountsData.txt") where the data is "Byte-based stream." After reading the file should print the total sum of blanaces. The data should be read into an array. (Use AccountRecord class).

2 - Make a public class called WritenAccounts. This class will write to a file ("accountData.txt") where the data is "Byte-based stream." The program should ask several accounts and save the data in an array, to indicate that it is the end, then save each record or array in a file. (Use AccountRecord class).

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public final class AccountRecord implements Serializable{
    private int account;
    private String firstName;
    private String lastName;
    private double balance;

    //no-argument constructor calls other constructor with default values

    public AccountRecord() {
       this ( 0, "", "", 0.0); //call four-argument constructor
    }// end no-argument AccountRecord constructor
    // initialize a record

    public AccountRecord (int acct, String first, String last, double bal) {
       setAccount (acct);
       setFirstName (first);
       setLastName (last);
       setBalance (bal);
    } //end four-argument AccountRecord constructor...

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