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Language/Type: C# classes instance methods
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Add the following method to the BankAccount class:

public string ToString()

Your method should return a string that contains the account's name and balance separated by a comma and space. For example, if an account object named benben has the name "Benson" and a balance of 17.25, the call of benben.ToString() should return:

Benson, $17.25

There are some special cases you should handle. If the balance is negative, put the - sign before the dollar sign. Also, always display the cents as a two-digit number. For example, if the same object had a balance of -17.5, your method should return:

Benson, -$17.50

Your code is being added to the following class:

member name type description
new BankAccount(name) constructor constructs a new account for the person with the given name, with $0.00 balance
fields private data storing account's name and balance
ba.Name property the account name as a string (read-only)
ba.Balance property the account balance as a real number (read-only)
ba.Deposit(amount); method adds the given amount of money, as a real number, to the account balance; if the amount is negative, does nothing
ba.Withdraw(amount); method subtracts the given amount of money, as a real number, from the account balance; if the amount is negative or exceeds the account's balance, does nothing
Partial class: Write code that will become part of an existing class as described. You do not need to write the complete class, just the portion described in the exercise.

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