Ok so I'm stuck at the very start of this project because I cant think of a way to grab these two items in one class (targetFloor and name) and stick them in an array in another class called something like personInfo for example. The issue is I don't know what to call or how they go into the array one by one or how to announce it really. Jumping from only using one class to using many has just messed up my thinking pattern.

this is the small cut of code that is broken (really badly) and needs to be able to grab two items and put them into each array spot.
Java Code:
	peoples[] people = new peoples[100];
	
	people[0] = new peoples(p1);
	people[1] = new peoples(p2);
	people[2] = new peoples(p3);
	people[3] = new peoples(p4);
	
	public Floor(int floorNumber){
		level = floorNumber;
	}
	
	private peoples(){
		peoples.add(toString);
	}
this code is not broken and needs information taken from it(remember these are in separate classes.

Java Code:
 public class Person {
	private int targetFloor;
	private String name;
	
	public Person(String name2, int floor){
		targetFloor = floor;
		name = name2;
	}
	
	public int getTargetFloor(){
		return targetFloor;
	}
	public String toString() {
	return "(" + name + "," + targetFloor + ")";
	}

}
and here is like where everything is originally been called from and is also fine.

Java Code:
public class TestFloorProgram {

	public void start() {

		System.out.println("Testing the Floor class");

		System.out.println("\nExpected output:\n---------------");

		System.out.println(" | Floor 0 | (A,1)(B,2)(C,3)(D,4)");
		System.out.println(" | Floor 0 | (A,1)(C,3)(D,4)");
		System.out.println(" | Floor 0 | (C,3)(D,4)");
		System.out.println(" | Floor 0 | (C,3)");
		System.out.println(" | Floor 0 |");

		System.out.println("\nActual output:\n--------------");

		Floor f1;

		f1 = new Floor(0);

		Person p1, p2, p3, p4;

		p1 = new Person("A", 1);
		p2 = new Person("B", 2);
		p3 = new Person("C", 3);
		p4 = new Person("D", 4);

		f1.addPerson(p1);
		f1.addPerson(p2);
		f1.addPerson(p3);
		f1.addPerson(p4);

		System.out.println(f1);

		f1.removePerson(p2);
		System.out.println(f1);

		f1.removePerson(p1);
		System.out.println(f1);

		f1.removePerson(p4);
		System.out.println(f1);

		f1.removePerson(p3);
		System.out.println(f1);

		System.out.println();
	}
}
please help me, I've looked in my book, online, asked around and I'm still stuck this dealing with calling things into an array.