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(Solution) 12- 3- Writing a class - static member variables Writing a class having inheritance and composition - also using const keyword for principle of least...


Here is some questions , I just want you to give me some example code for every question , to help me understand it .Thank you so much. These question is about the Object Oriented Programming With C++ ,the text book is " C++, How To Program, late objects (required)" 7th ,Deitel.1-

 

Writing a class – static member variables

 

2-

 

Writing a class having inheritance and composition –

 

also using const keyword for principle of least

 

privilege.

 

3-

 

A question dealing with polymorphism and dynamic

 

casting.

 

5 short answer questions:

 

1-

 

Files – Binary file – study the bank account program

 

in page 704

 

2-

 

Iterators page 731

 

3-

 

Displaying the value in a variable as binary.

 

4-

 

Operator overloading

 

5-

 

Recursion

 


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