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1. Answer all 4 Questions. Mark allocations are given under each question. 2. Marks will be given for proper comments. Therefore, use appropriate comments in all programmes. 3. Write your registration number and name as a C++ comment at the end of each programme you submit. 4. Programmes should be named as Question1.cpp, Question2.cpp etc. The text file, object file and the executable file of each programme should be submitted. You should copy all the programmes (programming codes) that you have written into a word document and this also needs to be submitted along with the programmes. 5. Put all above mentioned files in to a folder and name the folder as ‘MEK3170_A3_2007_your student number’ and zip the folder and upload it to the OUSL Virtual Class Room. 6. Last date of submission is 25th January 2008 7. Penalties will apply for late submissions 8. If you need further clarification, you may contact the academic coordinator via email Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This question is based on the concept of Inheritance. You should write a programme, which produces an output, which is similar to a balance sheet provided by a bank at the end of each month. Your output should be organized in the following manner. ---Nimal’s Account--Account Type : Savings Opening Amount: Deposits: Balance: Withdrawal: Balance: Withdrawal: Balance: Interest: Account Balance: Rs 5000 300 5300 200 5100 100 5000 100 5100
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Create a class called ‘Account’ and two derived classes called Current account (Current_acc) and Savings Account (Savings_acc) Account
Current Account (a) Class Account •
This class has a private data member called ‘amount’ and two protected data members called ‘balance’ and ‘ini_amount’. o Balance - Store the balance of any account o ini_amount - Store the initial amount that the customer has deposited at the opening of any bank account. o amount - In a cash deposit this variable carries the cash amount which will be added to the bank balance, and in a cash withdrawal this variable carries the cash amount, which will be deducted from the bank balance.
Class Account has three public methods called ‘status’, ‘deposit’ and ‘withdraw’. o status()-This method should display the initial balance in an account. Initially the bank balance is the initial amount that a customer deposits at the opening of the account. o deposit()-This method should be called every time a money deposit takes place in any type of account. The money that the customer deposits (stored in the variable ‘amount’) should be added to the balance and display the answer using this method. o withdraw()- This method should be called every time a money withdrawal takes place in any type of account. The money that the customer withdraws (stored in the variable ‘amount’) should be deducted from the balance and display the answer using this method.
You should define a constructor for the class account which initializes the default initial bank balance to zero 0. You should also define a destructor.
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(b) Class Current Account • • Every customer should deposit Rs.5000 in order to open a current account. Hint: Use a constructor Every month a service charge of Rs.100 will be charged from the customer. Hence at the end of each month Rs.100 will be deducted from the customers bank balance. Create a public method to calculate the service charges and debit (deduct) the service charge from the customer’s current account balance at the end of the month and display the answer.
(c) Class Savings Account • Every customer should deposit Rs.1000 or more in order to open a savings account. The customer can deposit Rs.1000 or any amount above Rs.1000, at the opening of the savings account. Hint: Use constructors. 2% interest on the present balance will be added to the savings account at the end of each month according to the bank balance. Example: At the end of the month if the bank balances is Rs.5000 Interest = 5000*0.02 = Rs.100 and the bank balance will be Rs.5100 Create a public method to calculate the interest and credit (add) it to the customer’s savings account balance at the end of the month and display the answer. The tables 1, 2 and 3 show the transactions that Kamal, Saman and Mihiri has performed during the month of November 2007. Create the objects and perform the following transactions for the month of November and display the transactions according to the format given at the beginning of the question. Table 1: Date 01/11/2007 10/11/2007 15/11/2007 17/11/2007 20/11/2007 Kamal’s Account Type - Current Account Transaction Opening the account Deposit Deposit Withdrawal Withdrawal Amount (Rs) 5000 (default value) 2300 7000 1750 1900
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Table 2: Date 02/11/2007 05/11/2007 15/11/2007 19/11/2007 30/11/2007 Table 3: Date 06/11/2007 12/11/2007 17/11/2007 22/11/2007 25/11/2007 Mihiri’s Account Type: Savings Account Transaction Opening the account Deposit Deposit Deposit Withdrawal Amount(Rs) 8000 2500 3500 4300 1200 Saman’s Account Type: Savings Account Transaction Opening the account Deposit Deposit Withdrawal Deposit Amount(Rs) 1000 (default value) 2500 3500 750 7500
Note: You do not need to include the date of the transactions in your programme. Hint: Inside the main method, you should call the different types of methods you have created (ex. deposit(), withdraw(), status(), etc ) for every object, in order to display the transactions properly. (30 marks)
This question is based on the concept of ‘Polymorphism’ Create a base class called ‘Student’ and two derived classes called Regular Student (Regular_stu) and Scholarship Student (Schol_stu).
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In the base class, define two protected members called ‘course’ and ‘material’ and a public method called set_values in order to set the values for the protected members ‘course’ and ‘material’. Students have to pay a course fee (‘course’) as well as a course material fee (‘material’) depending on the courses that they have enrolled for. Total course charges include the course chargers as well as the course material charges. Class Regular_stu has a public method called charges() which calculates the total course charges. Class Schol_stu also has the public method called charges() which calculates the total course charges but the scholarship students will be charged half of the course charges and they also get a 10% discount for the course material charges. Create two objects called ‘regular’ and ‘scholar’, which are of classes regular_stu and schol_stu respectively. Create two pointers of type Student and assign references to ‘regular’ and ‘scholar’ to these pointers. Using the pointers and set the values of the objects according to the values given below. o The regular student’s course charge is Rs.5000.50 and the material charge is Rs.2000.75. o The scholarship student’s course charge is 2000 and the material charge is Rs.100.90. Using the pointers, call the charges() methods of the Regular_stu class and the Schol_stu class and display the answers.
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Your output should be organized in the following manner.
--- Regular Student--Charges Rs.7001.25 ---Scholarship student--Charges Rs. 1090.81
Hint: Use virtual member functions.
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You should write a programme which similar to an information system which stores information on books. a) The user should be given the opportunity to enter the information given below into the system separately. • • • • Name of the book: Maximum 50 characters long. The author’s first name or names and the last name: The user should be able to enter the author’s first name and the last name separately. (first name- maximum 50 characters, last name-maximum 40 characters) Information regarding the book: (maximum 100 characters) Book ISBN: Book ISBN is an integer value.
(b) The information that the user has entered should be stored in a text file called ‘books’ in the following manner.
Book Name - C++ Programming for Dummies Author’s Name - Stephen Randy Davis Book Details - C++ for Dummies is an introduction for C++ programmig Book ISBN 8126501200
Note: o Every time a user enters a new book into the system, all the details should be appended (added) to the text file. o Even though the user enters the author’s first name and last name separately, the author’s full name should be stored in the text file as given above. Hint: Use the file input/output flags and string functions. (c) After the user enters the details of the book into the system, your programme should display the following message to the user.
Do you want to view the available books? Press 'y' if you want to view available books Press 'n' if you want to exit the programme
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If the user enters ‘y’ your programme should display all the information in your text file into the output screen after clearing the screen. Your output should be organized in the following manner. ---Sarasi Bookshop---
Available Books: Book Name Author’s Name Book Details Book ISBN C++ Programming for Dummies Stephen Randy Davis C++ for Dummies is an introduction for C++ programmig 8126501200
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Book Name Author Name Book Details Book ISBN Research Methods for Business Uma Sekaran A book which illustrates different research approaches 8126509287
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------• • If the user enters ‘n’, your programme should quit. If the user enters any other character, your programme should display an error message and ask the user to enter the correct option until the user enters a valid character. (‘y’ or ‘n’) (30 marks)
You should write a programme using a C++ data structure, which calculates the total number of seconds when the user enters the number of hours, minutes and seconds. (a) Define a structure called ‘Time’ and three integer members called ‘hours’, ‘minutes’ and ‘seconds’ and a object called ‘t’ (b) The user should be given the opportunity to enter the number of hours, minutes and seconds, separately. Store the values that the user has entered in the data members called ‘hours’, ‘minutes’ and ‘seconds’ respectively. (c) Your programme should create an integer function and pass the data structure into the function as a parameter. Using the above function calculate the total number of seconds and return the answer into the main function. (d) Using the function, display the answer. Page 7 of 8
Your programme output should be organized in the following manner.
---Calculating the time in seconds--Please enter the number of hours: 3 Please enter the number of minutes: 10 Please enter the number of seconds: 20 Total Seconds: 11420
Note: 1 hour = 3600 seconds 1 minute = 60 seconds (20 marks)
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