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ABSOLUTE C++

Absolute C++

Authors:
Walter Savitch ,kenrick Mock
Exercise:
Programming Projects
Chapter:
Operator Overloading Friends And References
Edition:
5
ISBN:
9780132846813
Question:
1

 

Question

Modify the definition of the class Money shown in Display 8.5 so that the following are added:

a. The operators <, <=, >, and >= have each been overloaded to apply to the

type Money . ( Hint: See Self-Test Exercise 8 .)

b. The following member function has been added to the class definition. (We

show the function declaration as it should appear in the class definition. The

definition of the function itself will include the qualifier Money ::.)

const Money percent( int percentFigure) const;

//Returns a percentage of the money amount in the calling

//object. For example, if percentFigure is 10, then the value

//returned is 10% of the amount of money represented by the

//calling object.

For example, if purse is an object of type Money whose value represents the amount $100.10, then the call

purse.percent(10);

returns 10% of $100.10; that is, it returns a value of type Money that represents the amount $10.01.


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