A fictitious train company, 'Transrail', has commissioned you to write a program that manages a list of train tickets.
The program should display a text menu that prompts the user to add, retrieve and delete tickets, as well as display summary information. The data structure used to store ticketing information should be an array. It should prevent a seat from being double-booked.
The program should be able to distinguish, store and display both standard and first class tickets on-the-fly. Data will also be persistent between each execution of the program, by it loading data from a file at startup, and dumping the contents of the train ticket list when quitting.
Class Definitions TrainTicket The basic TrainTicket class models information that describes a single train ticket. It should store three pieces of data:
There should also be a provision to return a ticket's price, which is currently calculated at a constant $9 for each leg of the journey (e.g. a three-leg train ticket will cost $27). After construction, all data in a TrainTicket object should not be modifiable under any circumstances. FirstClassTicket The FirstClassTicket class is a subclass of TrainTicket. This ticket provides passengers with access to the bar car and a sleeper cabin. First class tickets have a greater cost: each leg of the journey is $20 more than a normal train ticket (e.g. a three-leg first class ticket will cost $87). It also has an option not available to normal train tickets: personal waiter service. If this is selected, the ticket incurs a $15 flat fee. This added fee should be 'invisible' (i.e. it should be included in the ticket price, when the price accessor is called.) The waiter option can only be chosen at construction; it cannot be toggled afterwards.