Data fields for class Pizza include a string field for a topping (such as pepperoni) and numeric fields for diameter in inches (such as 12) and price (such as 13.99). Create a sub method in the class called "showPie" that will display the values of all three variables.
In your main, create an instance of the Pizza class called pie. Populate the values of the three variables with user prompts. Call the class' display method to show the values. I am also awarding extra bonus points for any other other cool stuff you want to show off.
15 additional points: Adding a try/catch set method for the Pizza's numeric variables.
10 additional points: Make the topping variable an array of up to 5 toppings. Populate the array with a method in the class.
20 addition points: Research "lists" or "list of". Create a a sentinel controlled loop that allows the user to create as many pizzas and they want. Put each pizza in the "List of" pizzas. At the end of your program, use a loop to call the "showPie" methods of all the pizzas the user entered.
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