main.cpp - main.cpp PA#11 Created by Jada Mitchell on...

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// // main.cpp // PA #11 // // Created by Jada Mitchell on 10/1/16. // Copyright © 2016 Jada Mitchell. All rights reserved. // #include <iostream> #include <iomanip> #include "InventoryItem.hpp" int main() { // Create an InventoryItem object and call // the default constructor. InventoryItem item1;// this line of code is immidiately calling the first constructor //which sets an empty string to the description, the cost to 0 to represent dolalrs and the number of units to 0 . item1.setDescription("Hammer"); // Set the description // this line of code is putting a value into the setDescription function which takes the parameters of a string and allows it be accesses by using a different variable in the parameter and setting it equal to that item1.setCost(6.95); // Set the cost // this line of code is putting a value that is a double and passing it into the setCost fuction that accesses the va;ue that is 6.95 that is a private member variable and makes it accessible but using a diiferent variable in the parameter and setting it equal to that item1.setUnits(12); // Set the units // this line of code is putting the value that is an int and passing into the setUnits function that accesses the value that is 12 that is a private member variable and makes it accessible but using a different variable in the parameter and setting it equal to that
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