JAVA APPLICATION - CLONING

AIM:
    To write a Java program for changing the height and width using cloning.

ALGORITHM:
Step 1: Start
Step 2: Define the class clonetest which implements cloneable
Step 3: Define the constructor clonetest
Step 4: Define the object clone
Step 5: Return super.clone()
Step 6: Create the object s1 for the class clonetest by assigning the value (4,2)
Step 7: Declare the object s2
Step 8: Display 1st and  2nd  height and width before change
Step 9: Display 1st and  2nd  height and width after change
Step 10: Stop

SOURCE CODE:
clonetest.java
import java.io.*;
class clonetest implements Cloneable
{

 int w,h;
 clonetest(int w,int h)
  {
   this.w=w;
   this.h=h;
  }
 public Object clone()
  {
   try
    {
    return super.clone();
    }
   catch(CloneNotSupportedException e)
    {
    System.out.println("Clone Error");
    return this;
    }
}

public static void main(String args[])
{
 clonetest s1=new clonetest(4,2);
 clonetest s2;
 s2=(clonetest)s1.clone();
 System.out.println("\nBefore change");
 System.out.println("\n1st width = "+s1.w+" 1st height = "+s1.h);
 System.out.println("\n2nd width = "+s2.w+" 2nd height = "+s2.h);
 System.out.println("\nAfter change");
 System.out.println("\n2nd width = "+(s2.w*10)+" 2nd height = "+(s2.h*10));
}
}

OUTPUT:



RESULT:
          Thus the Java program for clonetest was performed and the output was verified.

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