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COMPOSITION AND INHERITANCE
Each data member should be a String object. Then modify the Person class by adding an addre s s data member with type Addre s s .
11.22 Define and test a Telephone class whose objects looks like this:
Telephone
Each data member should be a string object. Then modify the Per son class by adding a t e 1 ephone data member with type Telephone. Write your overloaded insertion and extraction operators so that they process the number in this format: ( 2 0 2 > 4 5 6 - 14 14.
11.23 Define and test a Money class whose objects represent dollar amounts. Use a cents data member of type unsigned. I 11.24 Define and test a University class whose objects represent universities. Include the fol-
lowing data members:
String name; Address address; Date founded;
11.25 Define and test a Degree class whose objects represent college degrees. Include the following data members:
String name, discipline; University university; Date awarded; 11.26 Define and test a Faculty class whose objects represent universities. Include the following
data members:
int Rank; Money salary; String dept, office; Degree highestDegree; 11.27 Modify and test the Student class by adding the following data members: Address campusAddress; Telephone CampusTelephone; String school, emailAddress Faculty advisor, degreesought;
COMPOSITION AND INHERITANCE
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11.28 Define and test a subclass Undergrad that inherits from the Student class and includes
the following data members:
String Person school, parent; major;
11.29 Define and test a subclass Grads tudent that inherits from the Student class and includes
the following data members:
String department; Degree lastDegree;
11.30 Implement the following class hierarchy, using your results of the previous problems:
Person
/t\ Staff Student Faculty
/! Undergrad GradStudent
/t\ Administrator Secretary Maintenance
The Person, Student, and Staff classes should be abstract base classes; the other six classes should be concrete derived classes.
11.31 Implement the following class hierarchy: Account
Bank
SCrldidsurance
Checking
Savings
Mortgage
Mastercard
VISA
Life
Auto
Home
Health
The top four (internal node) classes should be abstract base classes, and the bottom nine (leaf node) classes should be concrete derived classes.
Answers to Review Questions
Composition of classes refers to using one class to declare members of another class. Inheritance refers deriving a subclass from a base class.
A private member is inaccessible from anywhere outside its class definition. A pro tee ted member is inaccessible from anywhere outside its class definition, with the exception that it is accessible from the definitions of derived classes.
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In an inheritance hierarchy, each default constructor invokes its parent s default constructor before it executes itself, and each destructor invokes its parent s destructor after it executes itself. The effect is that all the parent default constructors execute in top-down order, and all the parent destructors execute in bottom-up order. A vi r tual member function is a member function that can be overridden in a subclass. A pure virtual function is a virtual member function that cannot be called directly; only its overridden functions in derived classes can be called. A pure virtual function is identified by the initializer = 0 at the end of its declaration. An abstract base class is a base class which includes at least one pure virtual base classes cannot be instantiated. function. Abstract
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A concrete derived class is a subclass of an abstract base class that can be instantiated; i.e., one which contains no pure virtual functions. Static binding refers to the linking of a member function call to the function itself during compile time, in contrast to dynamic binding which postpones that linking until run time. Dynamic is possible in C++ by using virtual functions and by passing to pointers to objects. Polymorphism refers to the run-time binding that occurs when pointers to objects are used in classes that have virtual functions. The expressions p- > f ( ) will invoke the functions f ( ) that is defined in the object to which p points. However, that object could belong to any one of a series of subclasses, and the selection of subclass could be made at run time. If the base-class function is virtual, then the selection (the binding ) of which f ( ) to invoke is made at run time. So the expression p- > f ( ) can take many forms.
11.10 Polymorphism promotes extensibility by allowing new subclasses and methods to be added to a class hierarchy without having to modify application programs that already use the hierarchy s interface. 11.11 The protected data member a can be accessed from the derived Y only if it is the member of the current object (i.e. only if it is this- >a). Y cannot access x . a for any other object x.
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