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CS304 Assignment no 02 Spring 2013

Assignment No. 02
SEMESTER Spring 2013
CS304- Object Oriented Programming

Total Marks: 20Due Date: 07/05/2013
InstructionsPlease read the following instructions carefully before solving & submitting assignment:

It should be clear that your assignment will not get any credit (zero marks) if:

  • The assignment is submitted after due date.
  • The submitted assignment is other than .cpp file.
  • The submitted assignment does NOT open or file is corrupted.
  • The assignment is copied (from other student or ditto copy from handouts or internet).

Uploading instructions

 

  • For clarity and simplicity, you are required to Upload/Submit only .CPP file

Objective

The objective of this assignment is:

 

  • To give you the idea of practical implementation of some concepts like, definition of classes, Data members, member functions, Constrictors, Destructors etc.

 

For any query about the assignment, contact at CS304@vu.edu.pk

GOOD LUCK

 

Marks: 20 

Consider the following class diagram, detailed description of the diagram is given in the table. 


 

Class Name

Attribute Name

Attribute Data Type

Behavior (Functions)

Virtual Ballot Paper NoOfsigns Integer -Default Constructor()-DisplaySign()

-Destructor()

NameOfVotingCategory Character String
Candidate Name Character String -Default Constructor()-Parameterized constructor (…)

-Destructor()

 

 

Address Character String
CandidateType Character String
NoVotes Integer
Sign Name Character String -Select()-Destructor()
Constituency NoOfCandidates Integer -Default Constructor()-Parameterized constructor (…)

-GetConstituencyNo()

-Destructor()

NoOfVoters Integer
ConstituencyNo Integer
Result -CountVotes()-AnnounceResult()

-Destructor()

 

 

You are required to map (implement) this class diagram in C++.

Make sure that your solution must contain only classes’ definitions given in the diagram, definitions of all attributes and proper declaration and definitions of member functions including constructors that are given in the above table.

 

Details of Member functions:

 

DisplaySign(): This function will display the sign names on a ballot paper.

 

Select() : This function will select a sign.

 

GetConstituencyNo(): This function will return constituency number.

 

CountVotes(): This function will count the votes.

 

AnnounceResult(): This function will display result.

 

Note:  The body of all member functions and destructors should be empty, while the constructors should have code which initializes the objects.

 

Lectures Covered:  This assignment covers Lecture #    07-10Deadline:             Your assignment must be uploaded/submitted at or before. May 07, 2013

IDEA Solution:-

#ifndef CANDIDATE_H
#define CANDIDATE_H
#include “sign.h”
class Candidate
{
private :
char *Name;
char *Address;
cahr *CandidateType;
int NoVotes;
Sign *sign;
public:

Candidate()
{


}

Candidate(char *name,char *address,char )
{
Name=name;
Address=address;
CandidateType=candType;
}

~Candidate()
{

___

#ifndef SIGN_H
#define SIGN_H
class Sign
{
private :
char *Name;
public :

Sign()
{

}
void select()
{
coutName” Selected”;
}

void setName(char *n)
{
Name=n;
}
}

___

#ifndef RESULT_H
#define RESULT_H
class Result
{
public :
int CountVotes(int count)
{
count++;
}
void AnnounceResult(char *cand)
{
cout”candidate “cand” has been win baly bally”;
}

~Result()
{

}
}

_____

a

#ifndef CONSTITUENCY_H
#define CONSTITUENCY_H
#include “candidate.h”
class Constituency
{
private:
int NoOfCandidates;
int NoOfVoters;
int ConstituencyNo;
Candidate *candidate;
public :

Constituency()
{

}

Constituency(int noc,int nov,int cn)
{
NoOfCandidates=noc;
NoOfVoters=nov;
ConstituencyNo=cn;
}

void GetConstituencyNo()
{
return ConstituencyNo;
}

~Constituency()
{

}}

 

You Must Read Lecture 7 and 8 For This 

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