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8.13 How and why is the scope resolution operator : : used in class definitions 8.14 Which member functions are created automatically by the compiler if they are not included (by the programmer) in the class definition
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8.15 How many times is the copy constructor called in the following code: Widget f(Widget u) 1 Widget v(u); Widget w = v; return w; >
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8.17 Implement a Point class for three-dimensional points (x,y,z). Include a default constructor, a copy constructor, a negate ( > function to transform the point into its negative, a norm ( ) function to return the point s distance from the origin (O,O,O), and a print ( > function.
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#include #include <iostream.h> <math.h>
class Point ( public: Point(float x=0, float y=O, float z=O) : x (x), y-(y), z-(z) ( } Point(const Point& p) : x-(p.x->, y-(p.y-), z-(p.z-) { } void negate0 { x- *= -1; y- *= -1; z- *= -1; } double norm0 { return sqrt(x - *x- + y -*y - + z-*z -); } void print0 / { tout << ' ( ' << x- << I', " << y- << I', " << z- << I') I'; } private: L float x-, Y-, z-; 1 ; In this implementation, we have used the common device of ending the name of each data member with an underscore (-). This has the advantage of making it easy to match up the names of constructor parameters (x, y, and z) with their corresponding data members (x-, y-, and z -) without conflict. 8.18 Implement a Stack class for stacks of ints. Include a default constructor, a destructor, and the usual stack operations: push ( ) , pop ( ) , isEmpty( >, and isFull(). use an array
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class Stack { public: Stack(int s=lO) : size(s), top(-1) { a = new int[size]; } -Stack0 ( delete [] a; } void push(const int& item) { a[++top] = item; } int pop0 { return a[top--I; } int isEmpty const ( return top == -1; } int isFull() const { return top == (size-l); } private: int size; // size of array int top; // top of stack int* a; // array to hold stack items
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In this implementation, top is always the index of the top element on the stack. The data member s i z e is the size of the array that holds the stack items. So the stack is full when it contains that number of items. The constructor sets s i z e to 10 as the default.
8.19 Implement a Time class. Each object of this class will represent a specific time of day, storing
the hours, minutes, and seconds as integers. Include a constructor, access functions, a function advance(int h, int m, int s ) to advance the current time of an existing object, a function reset(int h, int m, int s ) to reset the current time of an existing object, and a print ( ) function
class Time { public: Time(int h=O, int m=O, int s=O) : hr(h), min(m), set(s) { normalize(); } int hours0 { return hr; } int minutes0 { return min; > int seconds0 { return set; > void advance(int, int, int); void reset(int, int, int); void print0 { tout -CC hr CC II:" CC min CC '7' CC set; private: int hr, min, set; void normalize(); 1 ; void Time: :normalize() min += set/60; hr += min/60; hr = hr % 24; min = min % 60; set = set % 60;
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