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I have receive this as my assignment which needs to be sorted out quickly, please help?

write the definition of a class weatherforecast that provides the following behavior (methods):

A method called set_skies that has one parameter, a String.

A method called set_high that has one parameter, an int.

A method called set_low that has one parameter, an int.

A method called get_skies that has no parameters and that returns the value that was last used as an argument in set_skies .

A method called get_high that has no parameters and that returns the value that was last used as an argument in set_high .

A method called get_low that has no parameters and that returns the value that was last used as an argument in set_low 

No constructor need be defined. Be sure to define instance variables as needed by your “get”/”set” methods — initialize all numeric variables to 0 and any String variables to the empty string .

Some one please give me the code in Python please?

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public class WeatherForecast 

private String skies = ""; private int high; private int low;

public void setSkies(String skies) {

this.skies = skies;


public void setHigh(int high) {

this.high = high;


public void setLow(int low) {

this.low = low;


public String getSkies() {

return skies;


public int getHigh() {

return high;


public int getLow() {

return low;



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