I want you to grab new copies of all the files you copied over on Monday. If you modified your recursivelist.py file on Monday, just answer 'n' when cp asks if you want to overwrite recursivelist.py:
$ cd $ cd cs21/class/week12 $ pwd /home/your_user_name/cs21/class/week12 $ cp cp ~newhall/public/cs21/week12/* . cp: overwrite `./account.py'? y cp: overwrite `./acct_data.txt'? y cp: overwrite `./atm.py'? y cp: overwrite `./recursivelist.py'? nIf you didn't create a week12 directory on Monday, do that first before copying over the files:
$ cd $ cd cs21/class $ pwd /home/your_user_name/cs21/class $ mkdir week12 $ cd week12 $ pwd /home/your_user_name/cs21/class/week12
This is the start of a not-very-secure ATM program.
Parts of the program are complete, but other parts are left for you to do.
At first a list of Account objects is created by the program, and we will try some things out on this list.
Later we will create a list of Account objects by reading in the bank account data base is stored in a file.
We may complete some of the missing functionality that operates on this list of Account objects. Add and test in this order: