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# Answer to Question #133499 in C# for aliza

Question #133499
Make a class named Fruit with a data member to calculate the number of fruits in a
basket. Create two other class named Apples and Mangoes to calculate the number
of apples and mangoes in the basket. Print the number of fruits of each type and
the total number of fruits in the basket.
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2020-09-17T06:32:06-0400
namespace FruitBasket
{
using System;

/// <summary>
/// Abstract Fruit class (using as basket)
/// </summary>
public abstract class Fruit
{
/// <summary>
/// Number of fruits static property
/// </summary>
public static int NumberOfFruits { get; protected set; }
}

/// <summary>
/// Apple class derived from Fruit
/// <inheritdoc cref="Fruit"/>
/// </summary>
public class Apple : Fruit
{
/// <summary>
/// Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="Apple"/> class.
/// </summary>
public Apple()
{
NumberOfApples++; // increase number of apples
NumberOfFruits++; // increase number of fruits in basket
}

/// <summary>
/// Number of apples static property
/// </summary>
public static int NumberOfApples { get; protected set; }
}

/// <summary>
/// Mango class derived from Fruit
/// <inheritdoc cref="Fruit"/>
/// </summary>
public class Mango : Fruit
{
/// <summary>
/// Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="Mango"/> class.
/// </summary>
public Mango()
{
NumberOfMangoes++; // increase number of mangoes
NumberOfFruits++; // increase number of fruits in basket
}

/// <summary>
/// Number of mangoes static property
/// </summary>
public static int NumberOfMangoes { get; protected set; }
}

public class Program
{
public static void Main(string[] args)
{
var apple = new Apple();
var apple2 = new Apple();
var apple3 = new Apple();

var mango = new Mango();
var mango2 = new Mango();
var mango3 = new Mango();
var mango4 = new Mango();
var mango5 = new Mango();

Console.WriteLine($"Total number of apples in the basket - {Apple.NumberOfApples}"); Console.WriteLine($"Total number of mangoes in the basket - {Mango.NumberOfMangoes}");
Console.WriteLine(\$"Total number of fruits in the basket - {Fruit.NumberOfFruits}");
}
}
}



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