A simple java program to calculate the charge of a mechanical workshop bill
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README.md

Java

Car Repair Shop

A simple java program to calculate the charge of a mechanical workshop bill

Passing Java 1.8.0 BSD License


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Synopsis

Car Repairs Shop (CRS) undertakes car repairs for their customers. A car repair job could be either a maintenance job or a breakdown repair job. You have been asked to develop a prototype Java application, using GUI, to maintain the records that are related to car repair jobs performed by CRS.

Even though the cost of a part remains the same, the application allows inputting different costs for the same part in different jobs. Hence, it is expected that the application should maintain the details of parts that are currently available in the shop. The application should allow the user to enter the details related to new parts and also to view/modify/save the details related to existing parts (parts-data).

Finally, the program must output the bill to a text file.

Install

First, make a directory to install the files to and change to that directory using :

 mkdir car_repair && cd car_repair

Then all you need to do is clone the project from github into the directory by using :

 git clone https://github.com/josh-privata/CarRepair.git

Usage

Note: Java Runtime is required to run the preceding commands.

Initially the program needs to be compiled. After you have copied the *.java files to a directory, run the command :

$ javac *.java

Then run the program using the command :

$ java Start

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License

BSD Copyright (c) 2016 Josh Cannons.