Pizza class and PizzaStore

Create a class named pizza that stores the following information about a single pizza:
1. pizza brand (only two brands: Pizza Hut or Domino’s)
2. size (two sizes are available: small or large)
3. number of toppings The class pizza should contain the followings:
● accessor methods (get methods) to get the instance variables (attributes).
● mutator methods (set methods) to set the instance variables (attributes).
● a method named calculateCost() which returns a float that is the cost of the pizza. Pizza cost is determined by:
○ Pizza Hut:
■ small: $10 + $1 per topping,
■ large: $14 + $3 per topping ○ Domino’s
■ small: $12 + $2 per topping
■ large: $16 + $3 per topping
● a method __str__(self) that returns the size, number of toppings and the cost of the pizza. Your main method (section) looks like this: p1 = Pizza (“Pizza Hut”, “small”, 3) print (p1) p2 = Pizza (“Domino’s”, “large”, 2) print (p2) The result should look like this: Pizza Hut; Small Pizza; Cost is $13 Domino’s; Large Pizza; Cost is $22


Create another class named PizzaStore. The class PizzaStore (sells all kinds of pizza brands) has the following attributes (instance variables):
● Name of the store
● List of pizza orders received. The class has the following methods:
● __init__
● orderReceived (pizza)
● __str__ The main section should look like this: p1 = Pizza (“Pizza Hut”, small, 3) p2 = Pizza (“Domino’s”, large, 2) s1 = PizzaStore(“Pizza House”) s1.orderReceived(p1) s1.orderRecevied(p2) print(s1) The result (output) should look like: Pizza House has received the following order: small size, 3 toppings, Pizza Huts; large size, 2 toppings, Domino’s
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