Review Chapter 4. In particular, walk through The Account example on pages 129 and 130.
Create a class called Contract that contains 6 pieces of information as instance variables: contract signee (datatype string), signee street address (datatype string), signee city (datatype string), signee state (datatype string), date of agreement ( string), type of contract. Contracts can be sale or service.
Your Contract class should contain a constructor that initializes the instance variables. The Contract class should also contain a C# property for each instance variable that provide get and set as per C# standards.
Create a second class ContractTest that creates two Contract objects using the constructor that you developed in the Contract class. For each object, display : signer, street address, city, state, date of agreement, type of contract.