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salaried.cpp - Fig.10.26 salaried.cpp SalariedEmployee...

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// Fig.10.26: salaried.cpp // SalariedEmployee class member-function definitions. #include <iostream> using std::cout; #include "salaried.h" // SalariedEmployee class definition // SalariedEmployee constructor SalariedEmployee::SalariedEmployee( const string &first, const string &last, const string &socialSecurityNumber, double salary ) : Employee( first, last, socialSecurityNumber ) { setWeeklySalary( salary ); } // end SalariedEmployee constructor // set salaried employee's salary void SalariedEmployee::setWeeklySalary( double salary )
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