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Design a class ReserveTicket with an instance variable seatsavailable, and a method void reserve ( int numberofseats). If `numberofseats' is greater than `seatsavailable' then throw a user defined exception SeatFullException otherwise throw a user defined exception NegativeRequestValueException. However, in the main program one must be able to know why a seat was not booked. In case if the seats are booked then display the total number of available seats

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