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Write a ComputePart class and a ComputerKit class(and a cliet class to test them)
You should include the following methods:
a method returning "expensive" if the total of the prices of the ComputerPart objects is greater than 1000, "cheap" if it is less than 250, "normal" if it is between 250 and 1000
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