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. CSE 109 HW 2 Due 9 PM Sunday 3 February 2008 This is an exercise in writing makefiles. For each scenario below, assume that for each class, the declaration is in a .h file whose name is the name of the class in lower case, with .h appended, and the definitions (code) for the class are stored in a file whose name is the name of the class in lower case, with .cc appended. E.g., if the class name is AClass, the two files would be aclass.h and aclass.cc. Assume, the code for the main program is stored in the file main.cc. Assume that when a variable is declared its methods are called by the function or method declaring the variable. Assume the information given below about each of the classes is complete. For each scenario, write the makefile that compiles and links the classes and main, storing the executable file in the file prog. 1. The code in main() declares variables of class type A, B, C. 2.
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