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Course: CS 200501, Fall 2009
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6 CS Program 141 Winter 2005 Craig A. Rich A cash register contains a number of dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies, initially 0. Declare a class named Register that implements a type representing a cash register. Implementation NotesInstance Methods llDollars(int), llQuarters(int), llDimes(int), llNickels(int) and llPennies(int) add a given number of the corresponding denomination to the register....

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6 CS Program 141 Winter 2005 Craig A. Rich A cash register contains a number of dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies, initially 0. Declare a class named Register that implements a type representing a cash register. Implementation NotesInstance Methods llDollars(int), llQuarters(int), llDimes(int), llNickels(int) and llPennies(int) add a given number of the corresponding denomination to the register. purchase(int, int) takes (in cents) a given purchase price and amount tendered, adds the amount tendered to the register, and removes the correct change from the register. It should also print the amount tendered, the purchase price and change amount; for example: tendered: 1100 price: 1022 change: 78 refund(int) takes (in cents) a given refund amount, and removes the refund amount from the register. It should also print the refund amount; for example: refund: 256 report() prints (in cents) the total amount taken (lls in and tendered), total amount given out (change and refunds), and total amount currently in the drawer, as well as the number of each denomination currently in the drawer; for example: Total Amount in: 10394 Total Amount out: 1646 Amount in Drawer: 8748 Money in Drawer: 75 dollars 27 quarters 42 dimes 24 nickels 33 pennies In the methods above, assume that all amounts are handled using the least number of dollars and coins possible, amounts tendered are never less than the purchase price, and the register is always lled with a sufcient number of...

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