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public class Auto{
public int miles;
public int gas;
1. Encapsulate this class ( set vars to private.) Provide getmethods and setmethods for each variable
2. Add a default constructor which initializes miles and gas to zero
3. Overload this constructor which takes 2 parameters: inputmiles and inputgas.
This constructor then sets the class variables miles and gas to the respective input parameters, inputmiles and inputgas.

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Kindly see the code below or run the attached auto.java file in Netbeans or any other java editor.

Feel free to modify it as per your requirements as well. I have used int data type, you can change it with float to accept floating points.

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