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Language/Type: Java if/else method basics parameters
Author: Marty Stepp

You're thinking about going with your friends to a movie. Write a Java method seeMovie that accepts two parameters: the cost of a ticket in dollars, and the number of stars the movie received out of 5. The method should print console output about how interested you are; print either very interested, sort-of interested, or not interested, based on the following criteria:

  • You like bargains. Any movie that costs less than $5.00 is one that you want to see very much.
  • You dislike expensive movies. You are not interested in seeing any movie that costs $12.00 or more, unless it got 5 stars (and even then, you are only sort-of interested).
  • You like quality. You are very interested in seeing 5 star movies that cost under $12.00.
  • You are sort-of interested in seeing movies costing between $5.00 - $11.99 that also got between 2-4 stars inclusive.
  • You are not interested in seeing any other movies not described previously.
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This is a method problem. Write a Java method as described. Do not write a complete program or class; just the method(s) above.

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