Given the following definition of a class named Parent, writ…

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Given the fоllоwing definitiоn of а clаss nаmed Parent, write a class named Child that inherits from the Parent class. public class Parent { public void foo(int x) { System.out.println("Parent x: " + x); }} Within the child class, you should should have four properly encapsulated instance variables: • String str• double dub• RefType ref• int[] nums NOTE: You may assume that RefType contains an appropriate copy constructor and equals() method. Within the child class, you should define an appropriate constructor that takes in four parameters with the following names and in the following order: • String str• double dub• RefType ref• int[] nums These parameters should be used to properly initialize their corresponding instance variables. This constructor MUST make deep copies, only when appropriate. You should also define a copy constructor, and it MUST chain to the 4-args deep-copying constructor. HINT: this is all the copy constructor needs to do! You must provide an override of the foo() method from the parent class, which MUST use printf() to display the state of the child in the following format: [s,d,r,len]=[,,,] NOTE:  No angle brackets should be present in the output. They signify placeholders for the output of state information. Any floating-point values MUST be displayed to THREE decimal places. Finally, you should correctly override the equals() method with a symmetric implementation. We consider two objects of class Child to be equal if str, dub, ref, and the nums array have equal state. For the nums array, this means equal length with the same values in the same positions.NOTE: You may assume that the reference fields of either instance will not be null. There is also no state or valid equals() method in the parent class. IMPORTANT: You MAY NOT write any getters or additional methods within this class.

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